Can producer currency pricing models generate volatile real exchange rates?

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Povoledo, L.;
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If the elasticities of substitution between traded and nontraded and between Home and Foreign traded goods are sufficiently low, then the real exchange rate generated by a model with full producer currency pricing is as volatile as in the data.
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