New Developments of the Exchange Rate Regimes in Developing Countries  

Palgrave Macmillan IDE-JETRO Series

This book presents theoretical and empirical analyses of the new developments in exchange rate regimes in developing countries since the 1990s. It addresses a variety of exchange rate regimes from hard peg to floating and their impact in regions such as East Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. From this we can observe diverse case studies of how various exchange rate regimes relate to national economy in developing countries.

■ New Developments of the Exchange Rate Regimes in Developing Countries
■ Edited by MITSUO Hisayuki
■ £60.00
■ 272pp
■ Published in November 2006
■ ISBN0230004733

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