Dynamics of the exchange rate in Tunisia
Ammar Ammar () and
Nejia Nekâa ()
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Nejia Nekâa: Université de Sfax
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The exchange rates are at the heart of international economic relations and are an integral part of the everyday landscape of economic agents. The Tunisia like the other country is faced with the problem of determination of the rate of exchange that will allow him to achieve the major balances internal and external. The objective of this research is to explain the rate of exchange to the assistance of a number of explanatory variables to enable managers of the economic policy to appreciate in the time their contribution to economic activity. It is clear from the results of this research that have a positive influence on the equilibrium exchange rate while the external capital and the budgetary deficit have a significant negative impact on the equilibrium exchange rate.
Keywords: Exchange rate; budget deficit; exchange term; monetary mass (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in International Journal of Academic Research in Management and Business, 2016, 1 (1), pp.12-23
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