Policy Making and Speculative Attacks in Models of Exchange Rate Crises: A Synthesis
AbstractThis paper discusses within a common analytical framework the logical and analytical links between theories of exchange rate crises that model the abandonment of a peg as an optimizing decision by rational policy makers, and theories that focus on the dynamics of speculative attacks when policies are incoherent with the indefinite defense of the current nominal parity.
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EXCHANGE RATE; MODELS; FINANCIAL MARKET; INTERNATIONAL FINANCE;
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