Determinants of Trade and Growth Performance in Africa: A Cross-Country Exchange Rate Regimes
AbstractThe purpose of this study is to assess the economic performance of African countries according to their exchange rate regimes. The methodology is based on the estimation of an empirical growth model that controls for labor productivity, investment share, initial income per capita, and changes in the external environment (i.e., terms of trade and real exchange rate).
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Bell Communications - Economic Research Group in its series Papers with number 18.
Length: 44 pages
Date of creation: 1998
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EXCHANGE RATE ; FINANCIAL POLICY ; DEVELOPING COUNTRIES;
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