Currency Manipulation

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Weithing Zhang; Thomas Mertens; Tarek Hassan;
(2014)

Many central banks manage the stochastic behavior of their currencies' exchange rates by imposing pegs relative to a target currency. We study the effects of such currency manipulation in a multi-country model of exchange rate determination with endogenous capital accum... View more
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