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Are currency crises low-state equilibria?
Christopher M. Cornell
|Statement||by Christopher M. Cornell and Raphael H. Solomon.|
|Series||Bank of Canada working paper -- 2006-5, Working paper (Bank of Canada) -- 2006-5.|
|Contributions||Bank of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 24 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||24|
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This explains why outside capital does not enter during crises until discounts are steep so that a high shadow value of capital may co-exist with ready funds (waiting) outside the system at the onset of crises. Crisis Resolution and Bank Liquidity Allen and Gale (, ) and Gorton and Huang () in that once the adverse state arises. This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
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One would interpret currency crises (or recessions) as a shift from the good equilibrium to the bad. In this paper, the authors specify a dynamic investment-savings-aggregate-supply (IS-AS) model, determine its closed-form solution, and examine numerically its comparative by: 1.
Get this from a library. Are currency crises low-state equilibria?: an empirical, three-interest-rate model. [Christopher M Cornell; Bank of Canada.] -- "Suppose that the dynamics of the macroeconomy were given by (partly) random fluctuations between two equilibria: "good" and "bad." One would interpret currency crises (or recessions) as a shift from.
Are currency crises low-state equilibria?: An empirical, three-interest-rate model A second relevant literature describes currency crises.
A currency crisis is a situation in which unsustainable economic circumstances force a monetary authority to abandon a particular exchange rate regime (often a fixed or managed exchange rate regime) in Author: Christopher M. Cornell, Raphael H. Solomon. Request PDF | Are currency crises low-state equilibria?: An empirical, three-interest-rate model | Suppose that the dynamics of the macroeconomy were given by (partly) random fluctuations between.
Downloadable. Suppose that the dynamics of the macroeconomy were given by (partly) random fluctuations between two equilibria: "good" and "bad." One would interpret currency crises (or recessions) as a shift from the good equilibrium to the bad. In this paper, the authors specify a dynamic investment-savings-aggregate-supply (IS-AS) model, determine its closed-form solution, and examine.
Raphael Solomon, "When Bad Things Happen to Good Banks: Contagious Bank Runs and Currency Crises," Staff Working PapersBank of Canada. Laurence M. Ball, "Policy Rules for Open Economies," NBER Chapters, in: Monetary Policy Rules, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
Christopher Cornell & Raphael Solomon, "Are Currency Crises Low-State Equilibria. An Empirical, Three-Interest-Rate Model," Staff Working PapersBank of Canada. Patrick Artus, "Défauts de coordination des activités.
Downloadable (with restrictions). Was the Great Depression the outcome of a massive coordination failure. Or was it a unique equilibrium response to adverse shocks. More generally, do aggregates fluctuate partly because agents occasionally settle on inferior, low-level equilibria.
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Downloadable. The author develops a twin crisis model featuring multiple banks. At each bank, domestic and foreign depositors play a banking game. This game has a run and a no-run equilibrium. Bank failures drain reserves in addition to those drained when foreign agents convert domestic currency to foreign.
The fixed exchange rate collapses if a threshold number of banks fail. Benchmark Index of Risk Appetite. February ; but less so for currency crises.
View. Show abstract. Are Currency Crises Low-State Equilibria. An Empirical, Three-Interest-Rate Model C.M Author: Miroslav Misina. Suppose that the dynamics of the macroeconomy were given by (partly) random fluctuations between two equilibria: “good” and “bad.” One would interpret currency crises (or recessions) as a.
Guarding Against Large Policy Errors under Model Uncertainty Are Currency Crises Low-State Equilibria. In this book David Currie and Paul Levine address a broad range of issues concerning.
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Financial Crisis. Mishkin defines “economic globalization” as the “opening up of economies to flows of goods, services, capital, and business from other nations that integrate their market with those abroad” [p.
1]; financial globalization is “the opening of a country's financial system to capital flows and financial firms from other countries” [p. ix]. Finally, Mishkin uses disadvantaged nations Cited by: 1.
Hans Carlsson multiplicity of equilibria and generates conclu- and Eric E. Van Darnme (a, b) "resolve" sions on the feasibility of fixed exchange rates. the issue of multiplicity of a one-period coordi- However, it does not embody some important nation game by assuming that agents have dif- features of currency markets.
ferent expectations. Such currency crises may go hand in hand with banking crises and those two channels may reinforce each other, a phenomenon that has become known as twin crises (Kaminsky and Reinhart, ). Currency devaluation deepens banking crises (and real private-sector indebtedness) if debt is denominated in foreign currency, something often referred to Cited by: Search this site: Humanities.
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In other words, capital is coded via law, and a set of private legal institutions. 1: The Delimitation of Catallactic Problems. There have never been any doubts and uncertainties about the scope of economic science.
Ever since people have been eager for a systematic study of economics or political economy, all have agreed that it is the task of this branch of knowledge to investigate the market phenomena, that is, the determination of the mutual exchange ratios of the goods.Discontinuous structural transformations of general equilibria in response to slow and continuous variation of control variables can occur at such equilibria.
Analysis of this possible phenomenon was carried out using catastrophe theory by Rand () and Balasko ().The left panel in Table 2 shows Williamson's original list, which focused on fiscal discipline, “competitive” currencies, trade and financial liberalization, privatization and deregulation.
These were perceived to be the key elements of what Krugman (, p) has called the “Victorian virtue in economic policy”, namely “free markets and sound money”.Cited by: