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Listed author(s):
  • Gloria Alonso


  • Pilar Esguerra


  • Luz Adriana Flórez


  • Franz Hamann


Este documento resume las principales conclusiones del ejercicio realizado con el objetivo de analizar la forma cómo algunos países emergentes, con diversos esquemas de política monetaria, manejan su política cambiaria. La pregunta que suscitó este análisis fue: ¿Cómo han logrado los países analizados mantener un determinado nivel de la tasa de cambio durante un período de tiempo más o menos prolongado? Cada uno de los países analizados aporta algo a este interrogante: en el caso de Hungría, las autoridades han logrado defender con éxito un determinado nivel de la tasa de cambio aún en la presencia de fuertes ataques especulativos. En el caso de la China, sus peculiaridades de organización política e institucional, además de su tamaño, son parte de la explicación. En el caso de Perú y Brasil, sus notorios avances a una disminución de la vulnerabilidad fiscal y externa parecen haber contribuido a una mayor estabilidad cambiaria.

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Paper provided by BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA in its series BORRADORES DE ECONOMIA with number 003337.

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Length: 51
Date of creation: 20 Dec 2006
Handle: RePEc:col:000094:003337
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