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Foreign Exchange Constraint and Developing Economies

9781800880498 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan, Ph.D., Henry George Chair in Economics and Associate Professor, Department of Economics and Finance, The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, St. John’s University, New York, US
Publication Date: January 2023 ISBN: 978 1 80088 049 8 Extent: c 256 pp
Foreign Exchange Constraint and Developing Economies addresses the complex nature of foreign exchange constraint for macroeconomic and social development. The book collects expertise and perspectives from a diverse set of contributions. Using a combination of innovative theoretical and empirical approaches, the book suggests several analytical frameworks to help advance academic research and policy work on foreign exchange and sustainable development.

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Foreign Exchange Constraint and Developing Economies addresses the complex nature of foreign exchange constraint for macroeconomic and social development. The book collects expertise and perspectives from a diverse set of contributions. Using a combination of innovative theoretical and empirical approaches, the book suggests several analytical frameworks to help advance academic research and policy work on foreign exchange and sustainable development.

Chapters explore how trends in exchange rates, currency dynamics and international capital markets impact development models of primarily small open economies. The problems of global capital flows affected by the Covid-19 pandemic are also reviewed. The book presents analyses of both country-level and regional patterns and discusses broader implications for emerging markets.

Exploring urgent questions for academic and policy agendas, this will be an important read for economists and researchers working on the topics of economic development, international economics, open economy, exchange rate management, sovereign debt, central banking, and monetary policy. Applied economists and policymakers will also find this a meaningful resource.
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‘After more than 2 decades of work in developing countries, realizing the many ways conventional modern macroeconomics education misses the main challenges that are actually faced by their policymakers, I am delighted to see the relevant topics for growth and macroeconomic stability in developing economies make a comeback. Aleksandr Gevorkyan and the authors that joined him in this fine treatment of the issues need to be congratulated and encouraged to continue deepening this most-relevant research and policy analysis program.’
– João Farinha Fernandes, Asian Development Bank
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Contributors include: Douglas Alencar, Hayk Avetisyan, Uthman M. Baqais, Eduardo F. Bastian, Georgia Bush, Claudia de Camino, Esteban Pérez Caldentey, Otaviano Canuto, Barry Eichengreen, Luis O. L Escobar-Farfán, Łukasz Faryj, Erwin Flores-Tames, Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan, Hugo Carcanholo Iasco-Pereira, Viacheslav Ilin, Samar Issa, Frederico G. Jayme Jr., Elżbieta Kubińska, Anna Macko, Serafin Martínez-Jaramillo, Fabricio José Missio, Dave Seerattan, Cecilia Vera, Joanna Wyrobek, Dmitry Yakovlev
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