IEU - Lecture 6 - Government Policies

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Izmir University of Economics ECON 306 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS Lecture 6 Government Policies toward the  Foreign Exchange Market
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Government Policies Toward the Foreign Exchange Market The first half of this lecture examines types  of government policies toward the foreign  exchange market and provides analysis of  government intervention and exchange  controls. The second half examines the actual policies  that governments have adopted during the  past 135 years.
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Government Policies Toward the Foreign Exchange Market Government policies toward the foreign  exchange market exist for a variety of  reasons, including to  reduce variability in exchange rates to keep the exchange value of its currency either  high or low reduce inflation to raise national pride in a steady or strong  currency. 
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Two Aspects: Rate Flexibility and Restrictions on Use Policy toward the level and variability of the 
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2009 for the course ECONOMICS ECON 306 taught by Professor Alperduman during the Spring '09 term at Izmir University of Economics.

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