Characteristics of a Successful Exchange Rate System
Paul Masson (),
Morris Goldstein and
Jacob A. Frenkel
No 82, IMF Occasional Papers from International Monetary Fund
This study identifies the key characteristics of a successful exchange rate system. It focuses on regimes in the industrial countries and consider the implications for the operation of the international monetary system.
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