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Long-run determinants of thae real exchange rate

Long-run determinants of thae real exchange rate

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Published by International Monetary Fund in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


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Includes bibliographical references.

SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/94/90
ContributionsInternational Monetary Fund.
The Physical Object
Pagination29 p. ;
Number of Pages29
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Open LibraryOL16338509M

sumption is to cause the exchange rate to over-shoot its long-run value as a result of a change in the fundamentals; eventually, however, the exchange rate returns to its long-run value. Ultimately, this model was shown to fail em-pirically: economists couldn’t find Cited by:   Short Run vs Long Run Determinants of Exchange Rates Date: Septem Author: George Alogoskoufis 0 Comments In the very short run exchange rates are determined by uncovered interest parity, i.e. the condition that the returns on deposits in different currencies must be equal when expressed in a common currency (foreign exchange market.

  Long-run determinants of the real exchange rate for MENA countries. Real Exchange Rate; MENA Country; Access options Buy single article. Instant access to the full article PDF. US$ Price includes VAT for USA. Subscribe to journal. Immediate online access to all issues from Subscription will auto renew by: 3. between the real exchange rate and its long run fundamentals. Section 4 deals with empirical estimations and analysis of the results. It describes the data used in the regressions, presents cointegration regression results and computes real exchange rate misalignments. Finally, section 5 concludes. 2 The Determinants of the Real Exchange Rate.

model allows only the ‘fundamentals’ or real variables to play a role in determining the long run equilibrium real exchange rate, whereas both real and nominal factors influence the actual real exchange rate in the short run. The model assumes a small, open economy, which produces and consumes two goods - tradables and Size: 86KB. The Long Run EvoluIon of the Dollar Sterling ($/£) Exchange Rate • From unIl the dollar sterling exchange rate was $ per pound. • AAer the end of World War II, in , the exchange rate of sterling had fallen to $ • In , when Britain returned to the gold standard, the exchange rate of sterling was restored to $File Size: 1MB.


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Figure Determinants of exchange rates in the long run In addition, three other factors affect exchange rates in the long run: relative trade barriers, differential preferences for domestic and foreign goods, and differences in productivity.

This is “Long-Run Determinants of Exchange Rates”, section from the book Finance, Banking, and Money (v. For details on it (including licensing), click here. This book is licensed under a Creative Commons by-nc-sa license. The retail market where small volumes can be handled is often at a shop front location, such as an exchange bureau, a bank.

In fact, the currency exchange rate is not only impacted by the law of demand and supply but also other determinants. The paper identifies and evaluates many determinants for the exchange rates in long run.

This paper examines the long-run determinants of the real exchange rate from a stock-flow perspective. The empirical analysis estimates a long-run relationship between the real exchange rate, net foreign assets and other factors affecting trade flows.

Using postwar data for the United States and Japan, cointegration analysis supports the finding that the structural factors underlying each Cited by: 2. This paper examines the long-run determinants of the real exchange rate from a stock-flow perspective.

The empirical analysis estimates a long-run relationship between the real exchange rate, net foreign assets, and other factors affecting trade flows. Using postwar data for the United States and Japan, cointegration analysis supports the finding that the structural factors underlying each Cited by: long-run determinants of the real exchange rate for the United States and 4See Masson, Kremers, and Horne () for an empirical analysis on the long-run determination of net foreign assets for the G-3 industrial countries.

5The well-known transfer problem provides a useful illustration. Consider a. Determinants of the Long- Run Real Exchange Rate: The Case of Taiwan Hsiu-Ling Wu Introduction The real exchange rate between two countries' currencies has been recognized as a key measure of the prices of foreign goods relative to domestic goods in those countries.

Since the real exchange rate reveals the relative competitive. Start studying Factors that Affect the Exchange Rates in the Long Run. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Figure "Determinants of exchange rates in the short run" summarizes the major factors affecting exchange rates in the short run. Note that it looks very much like Figure "Determinants of exchange rates in the long run" but with three key differences.

Exchange-Rate Overshooting Short-run response to a change in market fundamentals greater than long-run response Helps explain sharp movements Tendency of elasticities to be smaller in the short run than in the long run (Figure ) Exchange rates tend to be more flexible than many other pricesFile Size: 1MB.

There are two effects of a real exchange rate: • Volume effect – The effect of consumer spending shifts on export and import quantities • Value effect – It changes the domestic output worth of a given volume of foreign imports.

Whether the CA improves or worsens depends on which effect of a real exchange rate change is dominant. In these studies the main long-run determinants of the real exchange rate are the terms of trade, the openness degree of the economy, and capital flows.

The aim of this paper is to apply recent advances in the econometrics of non-stationary panel methods to examine the Cited by: 6. Since the summer ofwhen many East Asian currencies began to fall, a good deal of attention has been paid to the causes and consequences of exchange rate movements.

This Economic Letter sheds some light on these issues by summarizing recent research into the long-run determinants of real exchange rates in East Asia (Chinn ). Highlights We developed a real exchange rate model for a small-open economy. The model was tested on Canadian data for the period – It was found that the model performs very well in both long and short runs.

None of the domestic fiscal variables has any statistically significant impact on the growth of the real exchange rate over the by: Abstract: The paper analyses the main determinants of the real exchange rate in Zambia. It first gives a brief review of the Zambian economy and a review on real exchange rate studies.

Then an illustrative model is presented. The study employs cointegration analysis in estimating the long-run determinants of the real exchange rates for imports.

The Four Determinants of Exchange Rates in the Long Run There are four main determinants of exchange rates in the long run: 1. Relative price levels. The relationship among inflation rates helps explain why the US dollar has increased slightly in value against the Canadian.

Relative rates of productivity growth. • The real exchange rate gets the value of if the purchasing power parity holds Then changes in relative prive levels will lead to equiproportional change in the bilateral exchange rate.

• PPP Theory predicts the exchange rate in the long run well, but has little predictive power in the short run. This implies that money supply is a major factor in determining the real effective exchange rate.

This result is consistent with the results of Stancik (), Suthar (), Amir Kia (), and Author: Mita Suthar. Long-Run RealExchange Rate. REAL EXCHANGE rate is defined as the foreign currency price of a unit of domestic currency (that is, the nominal exchange rate) multiplied by the ratio of the domestic to the foreign price level.

The real exchange rate has been at the center of economic policy discus-sions in the s for at least two Size: 1MB. LONG-RUN DETERMINANTS OF THE REAL EXCHANGE RATE: BRAZIL — /95 1 1 - INTRODUCTION This paper tries to identify some of the determinants of the long-run Brazilian real exchange rate for the period / “Long-run exchange rates” is often taken as a synonym for Purchasing Power Parity.

But academic confidence on PPP as a theory of. • Monetary approach to the exchange rate: uses monetary factors to predict how exchange rates adjust in the long run. ♦It assumes absolute version of PPP.

♦It assumes prices adjust immediately to their long run levels. ♦In particular, price levels adjust to equate real (aggregate) money supply with real (aggregate) money demand. This File Size: 1MB.2. General Determinants of Exchange Rates in the Short and Long Run The Short Run – The Role of Interest Rate Differentials and Market Expectations The Long Run – Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) Purchasing Power Parity – Absolute and Relative .().

Determinants of the real exchange rate in the long-run for developing and emerging countries: a theoretical and empirical approach. International Review of Applied Economics: Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. Cited by: 4.