Price stickiness, inflation, and persistence in real exchange rate fluctuations: Cross-country results
Models that emphasize sticky prices to explain persistent real exchange rate fluctuations predict that such fluctuations should be less persistent in high inflation countries relative to low inflation countries. Cross-country regression results, in general, do not support this implication.
|Keywords||E31, F41, Inflation, Price stickiness, Real exchange rate|
Khan, H.U. (2001). Price stickiness, inflation, and persistence in real exchange rate fluctuations: Cross-country results. Economics Letters, 71(2), 247–253. doi:10.1016/S0165-1765(01)00370-6