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Exchange-Rate Level Preferences: Evidence from a Firm-Level Survey

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This paper presents and tests a new approach for determining exchange-rate level preferences, which takes the effects of internationally open capital markets into account, with survey data covering 5467 firms in 49 countries.

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Walter, Stefanie. "Exchange-Rate Level Preferences: Evidence from a Firm-Level Survey" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the MPSA Annual National Conference, Palmer House Hotel, Hilton, Chicago, IL, Apr 03, 2008 <Not Available>. 2013-12-14 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p268177_index.html>

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Abstract: This paper presents and tests a new approach for determining exchange-rate level preferences, which takes the effects of internationally open capital markets into account, with survey data covering 5467 firms in 49 countries.

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Exchange-Rate Level Preferences: Evidence from a Firm-Level Survey Stefanie Walter University of Zurich / ETH Zurich Paper prepared for presentation at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual National Conference in Chicago 3-6 April 2008. Email: swalter@ipz.uzh.ch 1 1. Introduction The liberalization of international trade and capital flows has profoundly affected the workings of firms around the globe and the constraints they face. Many firms now have some direct or indirect ties abroad. They export and import. Oftentimes goods previously
G. E. (2004). The Power of Money: Global Capital and Policy Choices in Developing Countries. American Journal of Political Science. 48(2) 281-295. Walter S. (2008). A New Approach for Determining Exchange Rate Level Preferences. International Organization. 62(3). Walter S. & Willett T. D. (2007). Delaying the Inevitable? A Political Economy Model of Currency Defenses and Capitulation. Paper presented at the ECPR General Conference Pisa September 6-8 2007. Woodruff D. M. (2005). Boom Gloom Doom: Balance Sheets Monetary Fragmentation and


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