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Poland"s accession to EMU--choosing the exchange rate parity
ЕЃukasz W. Rawdanowicz
Includes bibliographical references (p. 27-28).
|Statement||Łukasz W. Rawdanowicz|
|Series||Studies & analyses / Center for Social and Economic Research -- no. 247|
|LC Classifications||HG3955.7 .R38 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||2008443841|
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Cite this chapter as: Rawdanowicz Ł. () Poland’s Accession to EMU — Choosing the Exchange Rate Parity. In: de Souza L.V., van Aarle B. (eds) The Euroarea and the New EU Member by: Poland's Accession to EMU – Choosing the Exchange Rate Parity W a r s a w, 2 0 0 2.
Materials published here have a working paper character. They can be subject to further publication. The views and opinions expressed here reflect Authors’ point of view and The paper deals with the choice of the exchange rate parity upon Poland's entry.
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Materials published here have a working paper character. They can be subject to further publication. 11In the case of countries entering the euro area the FEER approach to estimating the equilibrium exchange rate seems to be a particularly attractive precisely defines the notion of equilibrium and the consequences of setting the exchange rate at the equilibrium level.
It is strongly rooted in economic theory and in comparison to the statistical approaches it is less sensitive to.