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Economic Growth and Real Exchange Rates

Title
Economic Growth and Real Exchange Rates
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP0879094
Start Date
2008/01/01
End Date
2010/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0879094

 

  • Indonesian Macro Policy through Two Crises

    Indonesia fielded shocks due to the Asian financial crisis (AFC) and the global financial crisis (GFC) quite differently. Financial contagion, policy misdirection, panic and political upheaval saw the AFC bring economic collapse. The decade-later GFC, however, brought real growth of 6.1% (2008) and 4.5% (2009), amongst the world’s best performances at the time. This paper reviews these events and employs numerical modelling of stylized AFC and GFC shocks to show that some of the contrast stem...

    How do Shocks to Domestic Factors Affect Real Exchange Rates of Asian Developing Countries

    This paper examines real exchange rate responses to shocks in exchange rate determinants for fourteen Asian developing countries. The analysis is based on a panel structural vector error correction model, and the shocks are identified using sign and zero restrictions. We find that trade liberalization generates permanent depreciation, and higher government consumption causes persistent appreciation. Traded-sector productivity gains induce appreciation but their effects are not immediate and l...

    Analysing the Short Run Effects of China’s Economic Reform Agenda

    China’s size limits its capacity to source further growth from exports and so the inevitable turn inward is in progress, as suggested by declining gross flows on its balance of payments relative to its GDP. Thus far, key home policy drivers have been fiscal expansion and public investment, though provincial indebtedness will constrain these in future and growth will be driven by the government’s reform agenda, which includes further industrial reform and “internationalisation”. The short run ...
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