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The Long-Term Behaviour of Exchange Rates, Part II: Aspects of Exchange-Rate Economics

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  • Yihui Lan, 2003. "The Long-Term Behaviour of Exchange Rates, Part II: Aspects of Exchange-Rate Economics," Economics Discussion / Working Papers 03-06, The University of Western Australia, Department of Economics.
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