Basic Exchange Rate Theories
This four-chapter overview of basic exchange rate theories discusses (i) the elasticity and absorption approach, (ii) the (long-run) implications of the monetary approach, (iii) the short-run effects of monetary and fiscal policy under various economic conditions, and (iv) the transition from short-run to long-run in a sticky-price model with rational expectations. We provide ample anecdotal, historical, and heuristic information on the goodness-of-fit of the various exchange rate models based on simple graphs, statistics, and tests. Details are provided in technical notes.
|absorption, elasticity, exchange rates, expectations, fiscal policy, monetary approach, monetary policy, overshooting|
|Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics (jel E), International Economics (jel F), G0 General|
|Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper Series|
van Marrewijk, J.G.M. (2005). Basic Exchange Rate Theories (No. TI 05-024/2). Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper Series. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/6595