5 edition of Exchange-rate policies for emerging market economies found in the catalog.
Exchange-rate policies for emerging market economies
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Richard J. Sweeney, Clas G. Wihlborg, and Thomas D. Willett.|
|Series||The political economy of global interdependence|
|Contributions||Sweeney, Richard J. 1944-, Wihlborg, Clas., Willett, Thomas D.|
|LC Classifications||HG3942.9 .E94 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2001017953|
This paper explores the role of exchange rates in emerging economies with inflation-targeting regimes, an issue that has become especially germane during the current episode of financial turmoil and volatile capital flows. Under inflation targeting, the interest rate is the main monetary policy tool for influencing activity and inflation, and there is little agreement about the . The future emergence of a European monetary zone is set to transform the configuration of the international monetary system and the roles of the dollar, the Euro and the yen within this system. This book addresses this issue with discussion of: * exchange rate policies pursued in the principal Asian countriesCited by:
Fiscal policy, public debt and monetary policy in EMEs: an overview M S Mohanty1 1. Introduction During the s and s, the vulnerability of EMEs to shocks was often exacerbated by high fiscal deficits, underdeveloped domestic bond markets, and largecurrency and maturity mismatches. In many cases fiscal and monetary responses were procyclical. IJEPEE is at the forefront of analysing the economic development of emerging economies in the global context, fostering discussion on research with significant, long-term impact. It explores the causal factors, potential and limits of economic policy in Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East, projecting possible economic developments in the .
Emerging Market Economies. The Emerging Market Economies section provides the Board with reports, policy analysis, forecasts, and basic research on the economic problems and policies of developing countries and their implications for the United States and the rest of . alternative monetary policy rules for emerging market economies. In particular, we investigate the importance of exchange rate flexibility in implementing such rules. The model is specialised towards the emerging market environment in a number of ways. The economy is small and open, and is subject to external real interest rate and terms.
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This paper investigates the effects of exchange rate regimes and alternative monetary policy rules for an emerging market economy that is subject to.
Baki Although emerging market economies adopted flexible exchange rate regimes to avoid liability dollarization, exchange rate volatility in countries with high liability dollarization prevents them from the successful launch of flexible exchange rate regimes (Devereux et al., ; Calvo and Reinhart, ).
designing exchange rate systems for middle-income developing countries with reasonably modern financial systems and relatively high degrees of integration into world capital markets –that is, what is today fashionably known as “emerging markets.” Low income countries face quite a different set of Size: 83KB.
Exchange rate regimes for emerging market economies The varied and sometimes dramatic experiences of emerging market economies (EMEs) with exchange rate regimes during the last decade has created much debate about the choice of exchange for monetary policy autonomy, the exchange rate must be left to float.
A soft peg is the name for an exchange rate policy where the government usually allows the exchange rate to be set by the market, but in some cases, especially if the exchange rate seems to be moving rapidly in one direction, the central bank will intervene in the market.
With a hard peg exchange rate policy, the central bank sets a fixed and unchanging value for the exchange. Zvi Eckstein & Yoav Soffer, "Exchange rate pass-through implications for monetary policy: the Israeli case," BIS Papers chapters, in: Bank for International Settlements (ed.), Transmission mechanisms for monetary policy in emerging market economies, vol pagesBank for International Settlements.
Downloadable. This paper investigates the effects of exchange rate regimes and alternative monetary policy rules for an emerging market economy that is subject to a volatile external environment in the form of shocks to world interest rates and the terms of trade. In particular, we highlight the impact of financial frictions and the degree of exchange rate pass through in.
Inflation in Emerging and Developing Economies: Evolution, Drivers, and Policies (English) Abstract. Emerging market and developing economies, like advanced economies, have experienced a remarkable decline in inflation over the past half-century.
Yet, research into this development has focused almost exclusively on advanced by: 2. In addition, we focus on the structural characteristics of emerging market economies that may make them more vulnerable to external shocks. Two such features are: constraints on the financing of investment through external borrowing; and the speed by which exchange rate shocks feed through to the domestic price by: Two Targets, Two Instruments: Monetary and Exchange Rate Policies in Emerging Market Economies Prepared by Jonathan D.
Ostry, Atish R. Ghosh, and Marcos Chamon1 Authorized for distribution by Olivier Blanchard Febru JEL Classification Numbers: F31; F32; F33 Keywords: Monetary Policy, Foreign Exchange InterventionCited by: Emerging 2 05/11/ guide to emerging markets The business outlook, opportunities 3 Governments and their policies 33 4 Managing talent and the workforce 42 5 Infrastructure and property 51 edited the book.
He also wrote the sections on economic megatrends, identifying market opportunities, governmentsFile Size: KB. integration exposes emerging market economies to new sources of shocks to the econ- omy (the "global –nancial cycle") but that "monetary policies are possible if and only if the capital account is managed, directly or indirectly, regardless of the exchange rate.
Exchange Rates and Monetary Policy in Emerging Market Economies* Michael B. Devereux University of British Columbia and CEPR Philip R. Lane Trinity College Dublin and CEPR This draft: June Abstract This paper investigates the effects of exchange rate regimes and alternative monetary policy rules for an emerging market economy that is.
We compare alternative monetary policies for an emerging market economy that experiences external shocks to interest rates and the terms of trade.
Financial frictions magnify volatility but do not affect the ranking of alternative policy rules. In contrast, the degree of exchange rate pass‐through is critical for the assessment of monetary by: "Many emerging market economies experienced a remarkable decline in inflation rates over the last two decades, after years of seemingly intractable high inflation.
Ha, Kose, and Ohnsorge offer the first book-length analysis of this remarkable achievement, asking how it happened, what it tells us about best policy frameworks, and whether it will.
The Eﬀects of Monetary and Exchange Rate Policy Shocks: Evidence from an Emerging Market Economy∗ Yasin Kursat Onder and Mauricio Villamizar-Villegasa aCentral Bank of Colombia Many central banks that have opted for monetary auton-omy have also been reluctant to relinquish control over the value of their currencies.
As a result, they have. Central banks in emerging and developing economies (EMDEs) have been modernizing their monetary policy frameworks, often moving toward inflation targeting (IT). However, questions regarding the strength of monetary policy transmission from interest rates to inflation and output have often stalled progress.
We conduct a novel empirical analysis using Author: Luis Brandao-Marques, R. G Gelos, Thomas Harjes, Ratna Sahay, Yi Xue.This book reviews the contemporary issues in international monetary and financial economics (such as financial liberalisation, crisis, exchange rate determination, capital control, domestic capital market reform, etc.) in an emerging financial market such as Thailand from a welfare economic p- spective, highlighting the social welfare implications of these by: 5.Book Description.
This title was first published in Emerging Market Economies: Globalization and Development is the result of a comprehensive international research project co-ordinated within TIGER (Transformation, Integration and Globalization Economic Research).