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How do different exporters react to exchange rate changes? Theory, empirics and aggregate implications

Thierry Mayer (), Philippe Martin () and Nicolas Berman
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Nicolas Berman: Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

No 1338, 2010 Meeting Papers from Society for Economic Dynamics

Abstract: pervasive in sectors and destination countries with higher distribution costs. Consistent with our theoretical framework, we show that the probability of firms to enter the export market following a depreciation increases. The extensive margin response to exchange rate changes is modest at the aggregate level because firms that enter, following a depreciation, are smaller relative to existing firms.

Date: 2010
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