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Two empirical tests of exchange rate target zones

Joaquim Vieira Ferreira Levy

Two empirical tests of exchange rate target zones

by Joaquim Vieira Ferreira Levy

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Foreign exchange.,
  • Monetary policy.

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    Statementby Joaquim Vieira Ferreira Levy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 94/2416 (H)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationviii, 117 leaves
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1241863M
    LC Control Number94628617

      -- The order of liberalization. -- Part XXII: Exchange Rates and Transition Economies. -- Economic reforms. -- Microeconomic-macroeconomic equilibrium. -- Shocks to the equilibrium real exchange rate. -- The real exchange rate in asset market equilibrium. -- On knowing the correct real exchange rate. -- Choice of an exchange rate regime by a : called target zones are hybrid of the two. When maintaining target zone policy, monetary authorities commit themselves to keep an exchange rate to definite currency or basket of currencies inside definite bands around some parity value. The most successful exchange rate target zone model was proposed by n (see Krugman, P. ()).

    CHAPTER IV STRUCTURAL MODELS OF EXCHANGE RATE DETERMINATION In this chapter we will attempt to explain the behavior of exchange rates by analyzing the behavior of supply and demand in the foreign exchange rate market. Recall that in Chapter I, we emphasized that exchange rates are just prices that are determined by supply and demand considerations. Target Zones for Exchange Rates and Policy Changes. John Driffilla∗and Martin Solaa,b aDepartment of Economics, Birkbeck College, University of London, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX bDepartamento de Economia, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Min˜ones () BS. AS., Argentina Janu Abstract We extend a target zone model to allow for occasional Cited by: 5.

    One of the areas showed a type of gravity anomaly, known as a low, that is consistent with the Silver Cloud area and Northwest Canyon target zones where miners Teck and the former Placer Dome drilled nearly grams per ton gold of over five metres in the past. The empirical behavior of exchange rates Characteristics of the fx market Two from FINANCE 5 at Universidad Pontificia de Comillas.


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Two empirical tests of exchange rate target zones by Joaquim Vieira Ferreira Levy Download PDF EPUB FB2

Exchange Rates Target Zones An Exchange Rate Target Zone is a scheme intended to limit the flexibility of an exchange rate without going as far as fixing or pegging the value of one currency against another. It is a band, or zone, of values for the exchange rate, around a central or target rate.

Within the zone, the exchange rate is allowed to. Empirical Evidence on Exchange Rates Pure time series-based tests fail to find empirical support for monetary exchange rate models. and shows a Author: Keith Pilbeam.

Target Zones and Exchange Rates: An Empirical Investigation Geert Bekaert, Stephen F. Gray. NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No. r) Issued in January NBER Program(s):Asset Pricing, International Finance and Macroeconomics.

In this paper we develop an empirical model of exchange rates in a target zone. Journal of International Economics 45 () 1–35 Target zones and exchange rates: An empirical investigation Geert Bekaert, Stephen F.

Graya,b, c,d* aGraduate School of Business,Stanford University Stanford CA USA bNBER,Cambridge MA USA cDepartment of Commerce,University of Queensland Brisbane ,Australia dFuqua School of Business,Duke. In recent years, growing dissatisfaction with the levels and the volatility of dollar exchange rates has led to calls for greater coordination of economic policies among nations and for an investigation into alternative exchange-rate : Owen F.

Humpage, Nicholas V. Karamouzis. This paper develops a rich empirical model of exchange rates in a target zone and applies it to the FF/DM rate.

14 In contrast to some recent empirical analyses, we detect substantial non-linearities in the behavior of the FF/DM rate. 15 We also find that, in addition to realignments of the target zone itself, exchange rates exhibit a tendency Cited by: proposed analytical approach enables direct empirical tests for exchange rate dynamics under the target-zone model with a parametric class of drift terms of the fundamental representing different central banks’ intervention and realignment policy.

To test the exchange rate dynamics in a target zone, we use the currencies of the. An empirical exploration of exchange-rate target-zones A comment Karen K. Lewis University of Pennsylvania New York University and National Bureau of Economic Research In this paper, Flood, Rose and Mathieson conduct an extensive empirical study of the so-called “target zone” model of exchange rates.

Exchange Rate Target Zones: A Survey of the Literature exchange rates fall within the exchange rate band. These tests are applied on data on. "Estimating Expected Exchange Rates Under Target Zones," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Boothe, Paul & Longworth, David, " Foreign exchange market efficiency tests: Implications of recent empirical findings," Journal of International Money and Finance, Elsevier, vol. 5(2), pagesJune. The extent of stabilization can be related in a straightforward way to three factors: the sensitivity of the current exchange rate to expected depreciation, the volatility of the process driving exchange rate "fundamentals", and the credibility of the commitment by authorities to defend the target by: Such effects are the focus of a theoretical literature concerned with exchange rate "target-zones." We assess the empirical importance of these nonlinearities, focusing on the six long-term participants in the Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) of the European Monetary System (EMS).

There are two motives for this by:   In the context of a flexible-price monetary exchange rate model and the assumption of uncovered interest parity, we obtain a measure of the fundamental determinant of exchange rates.

Daily data for the European Monetary System are used to explore the importance of nonlinearities in the relationship between the exchange rates and fundamentals. Many Cited by: 1. The Operation and Collapse of Fixed Exchange Rate Regimes Peter M. Garber, Lars E.O. Svensson. NBER Working Paper No.

Issued in December NBER Program(s):International Finance and Macroeconomics The paper reviews the recent literature on exchange rate target zones and on speculative attacks on fixed exchange rates. Discussions of the different theoretical and empirical paradigms for setting and predicting exchange rates.

Recent theoretical developments in exchange rate economics have led to important new insights into the functioning of the foreign exchange market. The simple models of the s, which could not withstand empirical evaluation, have been succeeded by more.

"An Empirical Exploration of Exchange Rate Target-Zones," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. Donald J Mathieson & Robert P Flood & Andrew K. Rose, "An Empirical Exploration of Exchange Rate Target-Zones," IMF Working Papers 91/15, International Monetary Fund.

Title: Is the EMS the Perect Fix. An Empirical Exploration of Exchange rate Target Zones Author: Robert P. Flood, Andrew K. Rose and Donald J. Mathieson. Empirical Tests of Exchange Rate Theory Eric O’N.

Fisher California Polytechnic State University. Introduction. There have been very few direct applications of experimental techniques in macroeconomics for two main reasons. First, macroeconomics is about the in­ teraction between markets, and it is not easy to design an elegant treatment.

* Investigates all four dimensions of international money and finance - theory, evidence, policy, and institutions. * Includes new chapters on the exchange rate regime, currency crises and speculative attack, target zones and "dirty floating", and the international gold standard.

* Presents econometrics evidence in separate, starred sections. This volume grew out of a National Bureau of Economic Research conference on exchange rates held in Bellagio, Italy, in In it, the world's most respected international monetary economists discuss three significant new views on the economics of exchange rates - Rudiger Dornbusch's overshooting model, Jacob Frenkel's and Michael Mussa's asset market.

exchange rate a primary target for policy actions when real exchange rate changes were judged to have had significantly adverse effects on their country’s domestic and export sales. Econ-omists have investigated the exchange rate-export relationship from two perspectives: (1) How much does a change in the level of the real ex-File Size: 1MB.The last two decades have seen a number of important developments in exchange rate economics, with substantial contributions to both its theory and empirics.

While our understanding of exchange rates has significantly improved, a number of challenges and open questions in the exchange rate debate still remain. In these two volumes, the editors have brought together a. Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars.

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