Effective Exchange Rate Classifications and Growth

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Justin M. Dubas; Byung-Joo Lee; Nelson C. Mark;
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We propose an econometric procedure for obtaining de facto exchange rate regime classifications which we apply to study the relationship between exchange rate regimes and economic growth. Our classification method models the de jure regimes as outcomes of a multinomial ... View more
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