How the Gold Standard Functioned in Portugal: An Analysis of Some Macroeconomic Aspects

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António Portugal Duarte; João Sousa Andrade;
  • Publisher: FEUC. Grupo de Estudos Monetários e Financeiros
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1080/00036846.2010.513675
  • Subject: Portugal | Gold Standard | Gold Standard, Macroeconomic Stability, Convertibility, Portugal, VAR and Unit Roots | Convertibility | Social Sciences & Humanities | Gold Standard, Macroeconomic Stability, Convertibility, Portugal, VAR, Unit Roots | [ QFIN ] Quantitative Finance [q-fin] | Macroeconomic Stability | VAR and Unit Roots
    • jel: jel:F31 | jel:E42 | jel:C32 | jel:B10 | jel:E58 | jel:F33 | jel:N23

The purpose of this study is to improve understanding of the gold standard period in Portugal through comparison with other monetary systems that were operated afterwards. Portugal was the first country in Europe to join Great Britain in the gold standard, in 1854, and... View more
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