International Money and Finance

ISBN-10: 0631204628
ISBN-13: 9780631204626
Edition: 3rd 2000 (Revised)
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Description: This volume reflects monetary, neoclassical, and neoKeynesian research agendas. It investigates all four dimensions of international money and finance - theory, evidence, policy, and institutions.

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Book details

List price: $89.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/1/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 566
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.518
Language: English

This volume reflects monetary, neoclassical, and neoKeynesian research agendas. It investigates all four dimensions of international money and finance - theory, evidence, policy, and institutions.

List of Figures
List of Tables
Preface to the Third Edition
Introduction
Some Basic Concepts in International Finance
The exchange rate
The balance of payments accounts
Purchasing power parity
Floating exchange rates: prospect and retrospect
Exchange rate volatility
Spot and Forward Exchange Rates: Some More Basic Ideas
The elasticities view of the exchange rate
The forward exchange rate, arbitrage and pure speculation
Covered interest parity - empirical evidence
Uncovered interest parity - empirical evidence
Real interest rate parity - empirical evidence
Income and the Balance of Payments
The foreign trade multiplier
The equilibrium real exchange rate
An early view of economic management
The assignment problem
The absorption approach
Intertemporal utility maximization and the current account
Twin deficits
Foreign repercussions with no capital mobility
Macroeconomics in an Open Economy: The Mundell-Fleming Model and Some Extensions
The "base-line" Mundell-Fleming model
The large country case
Insulation and the MF model
Imperfect capital mobility and the MF model
Regressive expectations and monetary-fiscal policy
The J curve and regressive expectations
Wealth effects
Aggregate supply, the real balance effect and the exchange rate in the MF model
Summary and conclusions
International Policy Coordination
The two-country Mundell-Fleming model and macroeconomic interdependence
The potential gains from policy coordination
Dynamic games and the sustainability and reputation credibility of international cooperation
Some evidence on the potential benefits of coordination
Potential impediments to policy coordination and the appropriate form of such coordination
Purchasing Power Parity: Theory and Evidence
The absolute and relative purchasing power parity concepts
The efficient markets view of purchasing power parity
Further interpretation of purchasing power parity
Some further criticisms of purchasing power parity
The empirical validity of purchasing power parity
Concluding comments
The Monetary Approach to the Balance of Payments
What is so different about the monetary approach?
The global monetarist model
Sterilization and the reserve offset coefficient
The international transmission of inflation: some evidence
The Monetary View of Exchange Rate Determination
The asset approach to the exchange rate
The flex-price monetary approach to the exchange rate
Introducing expectations
Rational speculative bubbles
The sticky-price monetary approach
Currency substitution
Empirical evidence on the monetary model
More empirical evidence
Empirical tests for the existence of speculative bubbles
Concluding comments
The Monetary Model: Further Applications - Real Shocks and Exchange Regime Volatility
Introduction
The general equilibrium monetary model
The monetary model and exchange regime volatility
Empirical evidence on the general equilibrium approach
Concluding comments
The Portfolio Balance Approach to the Determination of the Exchange Rate
The portfolio balance model
Open market purchase of bonds: monetary policy
An increase in the supply of domestic bonds: fiscal policy
Asset preference shift
Econometric evidence on the portfolio balance approach
Summary and concluding comments
Spot and Forward Exchange Rates and the Efficient Markets Hypothesis
Spot and forward exchange rates
The efficient markets hypothesis and the forward market for foreign exchange
Econometric estimation of the efficient markets hypothesis
A risk premium story to explain why a may not be unity
Empirically implementing equa

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