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What's on their Mind: Do Exchange Rate Forecasters Stick to Theoretical Models?

By Michael Schröder and Robert Dornau

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Do financial market analysts use structural economic models when forecasting exchange rates? This is the leading question analysed in this paper. In contrast to other studies we use expectations data instead of observable variables. Therefore we analyse the implicit structural models forecasters have in mind when forming their exchange rate expectations. The economic exchange rate models included in our study are purchasing power parity, the flexible-price monetary model, the sticky-price monetary model and the Mundell-Fleming model

Topics: 330 Wirtschaft
Year: 1999
OAI identifier: oai:ub-madoc.bib.uni-mannheim.de:643

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