Trade Openness And Real Exchange Rate Volatility: Panel Data Evidence

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César Calderón;
(2004)

A recent strand of the literature, the so-called “New Open Economy Macroeconomics”, argues that nonmonetary factors have gained importance in explaining exchange rate volatility. In this context, it has been suggested the inclusion of shocks to productivity, terms of tr... View more
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