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A Model of Exchange-Rate-Based Stabilization for Turkey

Ozlem Aytac;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
Abstract
The literature on the exchange-rate-based stabilization has focused almost exclusively in Latin America. Many other countries however, such as Egypt, Lebanon and Turkey; have undertaken this sort of programs in the last 10-15 years. I depart from the existing literature by developing a model specifically for the 2000-2001 heterodox exchange-rate-based stabilization program in Turkey: When the government lowers the rate of crawl, the rate of domestic credit creation is set equal to the lower rate of crawl, bond sales finance the fiscal deficit, and money growth occurs only through capital inflows. Without appealing to high intertemporal elasticity of substitution...
Subjects
free text keywords: inflation, exchange-rate-based stabilization, durables, jel:E31, jel:E63, jel:F41
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