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Determinants of the exchange market pressure in the euro-candidate countries

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  • Stavarek, Daniel

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In the paper we choose the correct model specification for eight new EU Member States (NMS) to estimate the exchange market pressure (EMP) over the period 1995-2009. The results suggest that growth of domestic credit and money multiplier had a significantly positive impact on EMP. Furthermore, EMP in many NMS was determined by foreign disturbances, namely euro area’s money supply, foreign capital inflow and interest rate differential. EMP in most of NMS with flexible exchange rate regime was primarily absorbed by changes in international reserves. This forms, along with fundamentally stable EMP development in recent years, a solid basis for potential fulfilment of the exchange rate stability convergence criterion.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 26933.

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Date of creation: 22 Nov 2010
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Keywords: exchange market pressure; Girton-Roper model; determinants; new EU Member States;

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