Any Sense in a Canadian Dollar?
AbstractThe authors starts by giving his interpretation of the dollar's slide and to what extent, if any, this has posed a policy issue. Against that background, he moves on to discuss possible exchange rate regimes for Canada more generally -focussing on what it takes to make them work. His basic thesis is that we may have a floating loony but we don't have loony floating. In fact, what we are doing, anf getting, is rather sensible in all circumstances.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by California Davis - Institute of Governmental Affairs in its series Papers with number 99-1(a).
Length: 12 pages
Date of creation: 1999
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Postal: UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS, INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS, RESEARCH PROGRAM IN APPLIED MACROECONOMICS AND MACRO POLICY, DAVIS CALIFORNIA 95616 U.S.A.
CURRENCIES ; CANADA ; EXCHANGE RATE;
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