Testing The Short And Long Run Exchange Rate Effects On The Trade Balance: The Case Of Colombia
This paper examines the role of the Exchange rate in determining the short and long run trade balance behavior for Colombia testing the BRM and ML conditions, and the J-curve hypothesis. It uses a regression model formulation which includes income and money so that the monetary and absorption approaches to the balance of payments are also examined.
Volume (Year): (1999)
Issue (Month): 35 (June)
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