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The Stock-Flow Approach to the Real Exchange Rate of CEE Transition Economies

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  • Balazs Egert
  • Amina Lahrèche-Révil
  • Kirsten Lommatzsch

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Keywords: Exchange rate; enlargement; Productivity; panel; Foreign exchange markets; International comparison; Transition; Exchange rate policy;

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