Category: International Economics

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International Economics

Is the dollar still the dominant currency?

Many have highlighted the recent fall in the dollar’s share of global FX reserves as a sign of the dollar’s waning dominance. What does the data really show?

International Economics

On the recent protectionist trend

New research on how the recent protectionist trend has affected the US and Europe.

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Types of global governance

Dani Rodrik and Kemal Derviş advocate two different types of global governance: one that emphasizes national sovereignty and one that emphasizes the role of international institutions. Quite thought-provoking!

International Economics

US dollar intervention

As the odds for a US dollar intervention rise, economists wonder what the long term impact might be and whether a weak dollar could benefit the US economy.

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The new currency manipulators

At the end of May 2019 the Treasury published its currency manipulation report.  The report is considered to be a  reductio ad absurdum  and a Niagara of nonsense.

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On foreign direct investments

FDI flows have declined significantly since 2017. Are we entering a new period of contraction by multinational firms, or are FDI patterns changing as digitalized industries are becoming more important?

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Patterns in international trade

Can information frictions boost trade? Are global value chains receding? Are trade relationships long lasting?

International Economics

What moves exchange rates?

Three new working papers on convenience yield and exchange rates.

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Currency and trade wars

The choice between currency undervaluation and tariffs on trade flows at the zero lower bound.

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Is there cross-country convergence?

Are poor countries catching up with rich ones? Some new evidence.

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