Politics and Exchange Rates: A Cross-Country Approach

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Title: Politics and Exchange Rates: A Cross-Country Approach
Author: Frieden, Jeffry; Ghezzi, Piero; Stein, Ernesto

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Citation: Frieden, Jeffry, Piero Ghezzi, and Ernesto Stein. 2001. "Politics and exchange rates: a cross-country approach." In The Currency Game: Exchange Rate Politics in Latin America, ed. Jeffry Frieden and Ernesto Stein, 21-63. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
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Abstract: This paper explores the impact of political economy factors on exchange rate policy in Latin America. It studies the determinants of the choice of exchange rate regime in Latin America, placing special emphasis on political, institutional and interest group explanations. The presumption is that differences in institutional and political settings, as well as differences in economic structure, can have an effect on the choice of regime and, more generally, on exchange rate policy. In addition to these structural elements, the paper examines whether such political events as elections and changes in government affect the pattern of nominal and real exchange rates.
Other Sources: http://scholar.harvard.edu/files/jfrieden/files/CrossCountry.pdf
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