Category: International Economics

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International Economics

Geoeconomics and the dollar

Are sanctions eroding the dollar’s dominance? The empirical evidence and a theoretical model.

International Economics

Dollarization in Argentina

Inflation in Argentina is currently 100 percent. Is dollarization is good solution for a country with limited dollar reserves?

International Economics

Dollar appreciation in periods of high global risk

What is the impact of dollar appreciation on the transmission of global risk? Does it help the world economy in coping with global risk shocks or does it amplify their adverse impact?

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The coming dollar weakness?

The confiscation of Russian assets and the threat of a failure to raise the U.S. debt ceiling are probably reasons to increase the pace of currency diversification in central bank reserves. How complicated will that be?

International Economics

A debt crisis in the Global South?

Over half of all developing countries are either in default or awaiting loan restructuring but the world’s largest creditors disagree on how to provide them with help.

International Economics

The importance of offshore markets

Capital allocation in the Euro Area and China in tax havens.

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A new vision for the MBD system

US-based think tanks issue a “call to action” for multilateral development bank (MDB) system reform.

International Economics

The new global financial cycle

The strong dollar appreciation augurs a new contractionary phase of the global financial cycle. What does that mean for both emerging market and developing economies and dollar’s hegemony.

International Economics

Global value chains: An update

Supply chain disruptions seem to have worsened in April. Is it time to rethink the model?

International Economics

Reverse currency wars

The dollar is approaching one-to-one parity to the euro.  Are we entering a period of competitive appreciation?

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