After the Deluge: Do Fixed Exchange Rates Allow Inter-Temporal Volatility Tradeoffs?
This paper addresses the issue of whether regimes of fixed exchange rates are a mechanism for shifting volatility inter- temporally. Using a panel of data covering twenty industrialized countries from 1959 through 1993, I examine the volatilities of a host of real and monetary variables. Graphical and statistical examination of the periods around 33 flotations and 81 devaluations reveals little evidence of significant increases in volatility following these events.
|Date of creation:||Aug 1995|
|Publication status:||published as International Journal of Finance and Economics, 1995|
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