Current issues in open economy macroeconomics: paradoxes, policies, and problems

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Edward Elgar Pub., 1990 - Business & Economics - 223 pages
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"I am very happy to see a collection of papers like this, which uses standard methods of macro-dynamics and sensible down-to-earth models. Stephen J. Turnovsky, University of Washington, USK KOpen economy macroeconomics is a major focus of research interest stimulated in part by the increasing interdependence of the world economy and by the move towards floating exchange rates. This important new book addresses several central issues in the macroeconomic theory of different forms of open economies under differing degrees of dependency.

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Negation of the LaursenMetzler effect and its implications
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Coordination commercial and stabilization policies under
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Exchange rates forward rates domestic and Eurocurrency
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