2 edition of Foreign exchange, capital flows and monetary policy. found in the catalog.
Foreign exchange, capital flows and monetary policy.
E. Ray Canterbery
by Princeton University, International Finance Section in Princeton N.J
Written in English
|Series||Princeton studies in international finance -- No.15|
|Contributions||Princeton University. International Finance Section.|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Canterbery, E. Ray. Foreign exchange, capital flows, and monetary policy. [Princeton, N.J.] International Finance Section. Sincethe U.S. dollar has floated freely against other major world currencies.
The Federal Reserve (Fed) no longer directly manages the dollar’s exchange rate with any other currency, although some. How a Central Bank Executes Monetary Policy; Monetary Policy and Economic Outcomes; Pitfalls for Monetary Policy; Chapter Exchange Rates and International Capital Flows. Introduction.
Downloadable. Capital flows often confront central banks with a dilemma: to contain the exchange rate or to allow it to float. To tackle this problem, an equilibrium model of capital flows is proposed.
The model Author: Javier Gómez Pineda. Downloadable. Foreign capital flows depends on the prevailing monetary forces as supported by capital flows theory and the mechanism linking these two variables is that contraction of net domestic assets Author: Ebele S. Nwokoye, Jonathan O.
Oniore. The first module of this chapter begins with an overview of foreign exchange markets: their size, their main participants, and the vocabulary for discussing movements of exchange rates. The following. "This book presents five theoretical and empirical studies on growth, capital flows, exchange rates and monetary policy.
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An open. These papers were prepared for a conference on “Managing Capital Flows and Exchange Rates: Perspectives from the Pacific Basin,” sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank’s Center for Pacific.
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