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Neue Weltwaehrungsarchitektur

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  • Arne Heise

    (University of Hamburg, Germany)

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Die Verflechtungen zwischen den internationalen Finanzmaerkten und den internationalen Waehrungsregimes sind komplex - dies zeigen auch die juengsten Finanzkrisen: erruptive Finanzbewegungen fuehrten zu heftigen Wechselkursveraenderungen, gleichzeitig lagen unglaubwuerdige Wechselkursrelationen spekulativen Finanzbewegungen zugrunde. Unregulierte, internationale Finanzmaerkte gefaehrden also einerseits die Stabilitaet jedes Waehrungssystems, andererseits geben starre Waehrungsparitaeten, die den fundamentalen Entwicklungen widersprechen, Anlass fuer spekulative Finanzstroeme, die eine Veraenderung der 'falschen' Waehrungsparitaeten erzwingen. In diesem Spannungsfeld bewegt sich die Diskussion um die Gestalt eines Weltwaehrungssystems fuer das 21. Jahrhundert: Es sollte stabil genug sein, um die Disposition der Real- wie Finanzvermoegensbesitzer zu erleichtern, es muss aber auch flexibel genug sein, um divergenten Entwicklungen in fundamentalen Realgroeßen Rechnung tragen zu koennen.

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This book is provided by IMK at the Hans Boeckler Foundation, Macroeconomic Policy Institute in its series Conference proceedings of the Research Network Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policies (FMM) with number 3-2001 and published in 2001.
Volume: 3
ISBN: 3-89518-296-6
Handle: RePEc:imk:fmmcps:3-2001
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