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Паричните Режими В Посткомунистическите Страни. Дългосрочни Перспективи

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  • Nikolay Nenovsky

В статията е предложен опит за типологизация на еволюцията на паричните режими в посткомунистическите страни (1990-2008 г.), които по своя характер са изключително разнообразни. Обособени са две големи групи – тип 1 – страни, които започват реформите с режим на фиксиран валутен курс и преобладаване на външните източници на парично предлагане, и тип 2 – страни, започнали реформите с режим на плаващ курс и преобладаващи вътрешни източници на парично предлагане. Първият тип е значително по-успешен и по-подходящ за преодоляване на проблемите на прехода. Предложени са и други елементи на типологизация, основани на специфични дефиниции на паричната система и паричния режим. Представени са различните подходи, които могат да обяснят наблюдаваната еволюция на паричните режими в бившите социалистически страни.

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Paper provided by Agency for Economic Analysis and Forecasting in its series Working paper series with number 22009bg.

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Length: 25 pages
Date of creation: 2009
Handle: RePEc:eaf:wpaper:22009bg
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