Exchange Rate Regimes and Macroeconomic Stability: The Case of Sweden 1972-1996
AbstractIn this paper I investigate the relevance of the exchange rate regime for macroeconomic stability. I simulate hypothetical macroeconomic developments under different regimes in Sweden during the period 1972 -1996. The main question is how stable output would have been if Sweden had had a floating exchange rate regime. Would it have been better with a floating exchange rate than the actual quasi-fixed regime?
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Length: 35 pages
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EXCHANGE RATE ; MACROECONOMICS ; MONETARY POLICY;
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