Foreign Exchange Intervention For Internal Balance
AbstractThis paper is concerned with the optimal combination of sterilization and wage Indexation in a small open economy subject to various disturbances. In most cases the Effects of these policy instruments are interdependent such that they act like a single Instrument. At the optimum, in addition to the well-known substitutability of foreign Exchange intervention and wage indexation , the complementarity of foreign exchange Intervention and sterilization is obtained. The relationship between the degree of Capital mobility and the optimal combination of the policy instruments is also examined. [E52, F4]
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Volume (Year): 14 (2000)
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