by Stephanie Schmitt-Grohe, Martin Uribe
Publisher: Columbia University 2014
Number of pages: 391
This is a field course in International Macroeconomics. It develops a theoretical framework for the analysis of the determinants of international capital movements, trade imbalances, and nominal and real exchange rates. The theoretical framework is then used as the basis for the discussion of policy issues such as the emergence of the U.S. as a foreign debtor in the 1980s, the developing country debt crisis, exchange-rate-based inflation stabilization, debt default, and balance-of-payment crises.
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