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000233378 245__ $$aMonetary Regime Choices for a Semi-Open Country
000233378 260__ $$c1994-04
000233378 269__ $$a1994-04
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000233378 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000233378 490__ $$aWorking Paper
000233378 490__ $$aC94-036
000233378 520__ $$aThis paper considers regime choices facing relatively small, trade-oriented, financially
liberalizing, rapidly growing countries such as the East Asian NICs. The classic question of fixed versus flexible exchange rates is considered first. Of the many factors that determine whether the advantages of fixed rates justify the loss of monetary independence, all depend on the openness of the country. One example is the advantage that stable exchange rates promote trade; the magnitude of this effect is estimated in this paper. Another example is the advantage that a fixed exchange rate can serve as a nominal anchor to monetary policy. The second half of the paper reviews the recent literature on monetary rules versus discretion, and then considers four alternative candidates for the nominal anchor for monetary policy: the money supply, nominal GNP, price level, and exchange rate. It is argued that nominal GNP dominates the money supply in general, and dominates the other two candidates under certain conditions.
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000233378 650__ $$aFinancial Economics
000233378 650__ $$aInternational Development
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000233378 6531_ $$afixed and floating exchange rates
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000233378 6531_ $$aNewly Industrializing counties
000233378 700__ $$aFrankel, Jeffrey A.
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