Real Exchange Rate Movements and Export Growth: Nigeria, 1960-1990
AbstractThis report analyses the effects of real exchange rate (RER) movements (defined in terms of misalignment and volatility) on the growth of non-oil exports in Nigeria over the period 1960-1990. RER is defined as the relative price of tradeables to non-tradeables, and RER misalignments are derived using a model based approach and the purchasing power parity (PPP) approach.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by African Economic Research Consortium in its series Papers with number 82.
Length: 26 pages
Date of creation: 1998
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EXCHANGE RATE ; GROWTH MODELS ; INTERNATIONAL TRADE ; EXPORTS;
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