Real Exchange Rates, Saving And Growth: Is There A Link?

The view that policies directed at the real exchange rate can have an important effect on economic growth has been gaining adherents in recent years. Unlike the traditional "Misalignment" view that temporary departures of the real exchange rate from its equilibrium level harm growth by distorting a key relative price in the economy, the recent literature stresses the growth effects of the equilibrium real exchange rate itself, with the claim being that a depreciated equilibrium real exchange rate promotes economic growth.

Provided by: The World Bank Topic: Big Data Date Added: Oct 2010 Format: PDF

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