Dollarization and the Relationship Between EMBI and Fundamentals Latin American Countries
María Lorena Mari del Cristo () and
Marta Gómez-Puig ()
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María Lorena Mari del Cristo: Faculty of Economics, University of Barcelona
No 201406, IREA Working Papers from University of Barcelona, Research Institute of Applied Economics
This paper presents empirical evidence on the interrelationship that exists between the evolution of the Emerging Markets Bonds Index (EMBI) and some macroeconomic variables in seven Latin American countries; two of them (Ecuador and Panama), full dollarized. We make use of a Cointegrated Vector framework to analyze the short run effects from 2001 to 2009. The results suggest that EMBI is more stable in dollarized countries and that its evolution influences economic activity in non-dollarized economies; suggesting that investors confidence might be higher in dollarized countries where real and financial economic evolution are less tied than in non-dollarized ones.
Keywords: Dollarization; emerging markets; Latin American countries; Cointegrated VAR; EMBI; exchange rate regime. JEL classification: C32; E44; F30 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 38 pages
Date: 2014-03, Revised 2014-03
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Journal Article: Dollarization and the relationship between EMBI and fundamentals in Latin American Countries (2017)
Working Paper: Dollarization and the relationship between EMBI and fundamentals Latin American countries (2014)
Working Paper: Dollarization and the relationship between EMBI and fundamentals in Latin American countries (2014)
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