Exchange Rates: in Search of Strategic Equilibrium

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Exchange Rates: in Search of Strategic EquilibriumExchange Rates: in Search of Strategic Equilibrium

As a result of further theoretical development of approaches to modeling equilibrium exchange rates developed a generalized dynamic model based on the concepts of macroeconomic equilibrium and the balance of payments with regard to the mechanism of formation relative international competitive advantage. In the framework proposed by the author concept IFEER withdrawn the final formula of the equilibrium exchange rates depending on the fundamental macroeconomic indicators.

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