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Régimes de change: Le chemin vers la flexibilité

  • Sfia, Mohamed Daly
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    Nous cherchons dans le sillage de travaux tels que Agénor (2004) ou Duttagupta et al (2004) à identifier les principales conditions que doit remplir au préalable une économie avant l’adoption d’un régime de flottement pur du taux de change. Ces dernières englobent le développement du marché des changes, la mise en place d’une nouvelle stratégie de politique monétaire et d’une ancre nominale crédible et le développement du système financier.

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