Larraín, F. and A. Velasco, 2001
Larraín, F. Velasco, 2001. Exchange-Rate Policy in Emerging-Market Economies: The Case for Floating, Princeton Essays in International Economics 224. Levine, R. and S. Schmukler, 2006a Migration, Spillovers, and Trade Diversion: The Impact of on Domestic Stock Market Liquidity, Journal of Banking & Finance, forthcoming. Schmukler, 2006b. Levy Yeyati, . S. Schmukler, and N. Van Horen, 2006.
Velasco, Andrés, and Felipe Larrain. Essays in International Economics 224 (December 2001). Exchange-Rate Policy in Emerging-Market Economies: The Case for Floating.
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Essays in international economics. Thesis · January 2018 . Cite this publication. Pablo Sebastiáin Fanelli. This thesis consists of three chapters on international economics. Inflation targeting and floating exchange rate policy have contributed a great deal to the internalisation of foreign exchange risk by the private sector. Private sector has learned to cope with foreign exchange uncertainty. This paper examines the case for using two instruments-the policy interest rate and sterilized foreign exchange market intervention-in emerging market countries seeking to stabilize inflation and output while attenuating disequilibrium currency movements.
Andrés Velasco received a . in economics and philosophy and an . He has served as a consultant to the International Monetary Fund, the . Exchange Rate Policy in Emerging Markets: The Case for Floating, (with F. Larraín). in international relations from Yale University. in economics from Columbia University and was a postdoctoral fellow in political economy at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has served as a consultant to the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, and to governments, central banks and private businesses around the world. He is married to Consuelo Saavedra, a journalist and television anchorwoman.
Velasco, A. and F. Larraín, Exchange Rate Policy in Emerging-Market Economies: The Case for Floating, Princeton Essays in International Finance, No. 224, December 2001. Obstfeld, M, International Currency Experience: New Lessons and Lessons Re-Learned, Brookings Papers in Economic Activity, 1: 1995. Friedman, M. "The Case for Flexible Exchange Rates" in Essays in Positive Economics. University of Chicago Press, 1953.
Floating exchange rates seem to be gaining ground in Latin America, East . The Economics of Transition, Vol. 10, pp. 365-392, 2002. Larrain, Felipe and Velasco, Andrés, How Should Emerging Economies Float Their Currencies?.
Floating exchange rates seem to be gaining ground in Latin America, East Asia and the transition economies. The recent crises left many economies with no altern. 28 Pages Posted: 20 Dec 2002. See all articles by Felipe Larrain. Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. Felipe Larrain (Contact Author).
February 14: Exchange-rate policy, cont’d Required readings: 1. Felipe Larraín B. and Andrés Velasco, Exchange rate policy in emergingmarket economies: the case for floating, Princeton Essays in International Economics December 2001. 2. Andrew Berg, Eduardo Borensztein and Paolo Mauro, An evaluation of monetary regime options for Latin America, IMF Working Paper WP/02/211, December 2002, in ww. mf.
Larrain, Felipe, and Andres Velasco. Exchange Rate Policy in Emerging Markets: The Case for Floating. Studies in International Finance No. 224. Princeton University. Levine, Ross, and Schmukler, Sergio. Migration, Spillovers and Diversion: Impact of on Stock Market Liquidity. NBER Working Paper 9614.
Exchange Rates in Emerging Economies: What Do We Know? .
Exchange Rates in Emerging Economies: What Do We Know? What Do We Need to Know Sebastian Edwards and Miguel A. Savastano NBER Working Paper 7228. The Case for a Populist Banker Andres Velasco and Vincenzo Guzzo NBER Working Paper 6802.
Author: Felipe Larrain B.,Andres Velasco
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