Exchange rate arrangements – from extreme to normal

  • Emilija Beker Univerzitet u Novom Sadu, Ekonomski fakultet Subotica, Departman za evropsku ekonomiju i biznis Novi Sad, Srbija

Abstract

The paper studies theoretical and empirical location dispersion of exchange rate arrangements - rigid-intermediate-flexible regimes, in the context of extreme arrangements of a currency board, dollarization and monetary union moderate characteristics of intermediate arrangements (adjustable pegs crawling pegs and target zones) and imperative-process "normalization" in the form of a managed or clean floating system. It is established that de iure and de facto classifications generate "fear of floating" and "fear of pegging". The "impossible trinity" under the conditions of capital liberalization and globalization creates a bipolar view or hypothesis of vanishing intermediate exchange rate regimes.


Ključne reči: režimi deviznog kursa, de facto vs de jure klasifikacija, „nemoguće trojstvo“, bipolarno gledište.
JEL: F30, F31.

How to Cite
Beker E. (2006). Exchange rate arrangements – from extreme to normal. Panoeconomicus, 53(1), 31-49. doi:10.2298/PAN0601031B
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Original scientific paper