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Regímenes de cambio y políticas cambiarias en las transiciones checa, húngara y polaca

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Este trabajo pretende analizar, en primer lugar, la validez de la Paridad de Poder Adquisitivo (PPA) como indicador del potencial de apreciación de las monedas centroeuropeas que son objeto del estudio (el forint húngaro, el zloty polaco y la corona checa); en segundo lugar, sintetizar las características principales de los regímenes de cambio establecidos durante la transición y señalar las diferencias y similitudes que en ese ámbito se dan entre las tres economías, intentando determinar su influencia en la estabilidad macroeconómica y en el crecimiento económico; finalmente, señalar algunas lecciones que en materia cambiaria (tanto en lo que se refiere a ventajas e inconvenientes de los diferentes regímenes de cambio como a la gestión de las políticas cambiarias) pueden extraerse de las experiencias analizadas y apuntar los retos aún pendientes.

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  • Fernando Luengo Escalonilla & Gabriel Flores, 1999. "Regímenes de cambio y políticas cambiarias en las transiciones checa, húngara y polaca," Documentos de trabajo de la Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales 99-18, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales.
  • Handle: RePEc:ucm:doctra:99-18
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