Currency Unions, Trade Flows, and Capital Flows

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James Yetman;

Trade within currency unions has been shown to be much larger than outside of currency unions, even after factoring in many relevant variables. The existing empirical evidence is based on reduced form models of trade, and therefore indicates that there exists a high cor... View more
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