New Developments of the Exchange Rate Regimes in Developing Countries

Hardcover | January 15, 2007

EditorHisayuki Mitsuo, Hisayuki

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This book presents theoretical and empirical analyses of the new developments in exchange rate regimes in developing countries. It addresses a variety of exchange rate regimes from hard peg to floating and their impact in regions such as East Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe.

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This book presents theoretical and empirical analyses of the new developments in exchange rate regimes in developing countries. It addresses a variety of exchange rate regimes from hard peg to floating and their impact in regions such as East Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe.

HISAYUKI MITSUO is Economist at the Institute of Developing Economies (IDE-JETRO), Japan. He is the editor of Monetary Policy Regimes and Currency Crises: Experience and Challenges in Developing Countries.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:January 15, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230004733

ISBN - 13:9780230004733

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De Facto Exchange Rate Regimes in Emerging Market Countries, 1990-2001: * Some Empirical Evidence--T.Esaka * Roles of Hard Pegs in Developing and Transition Countries: Cases for Argentina, Estonia, Bulgaria, and Ecuador since the 1990s--H.Mitsuo * Monetary Policy in Brazil under Flexible Exchange Rate--S.Nishijima * Fluctuations in the Yen/Dollar Exchange Rate, East Asian Business Cycles, and Asian Currency Crisis--M.Kumakura * East Asian Monetary Integration: An Empirical Assessment of the Optimum Currency Area Criteria--K.Sato * Trade Competition and Real Exchange Rates--M.Kumakura * Effects of Exchange Rate Revaluation under Price Controls and Endogenous Quality Adjustment--K.Furuya