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Bretton-Woodský měnový systém: Systém fixních nebo de-facto plovoucích kurzů?

Bednarik, Radek (2009): Bretton-Woodský měnový systém: Systém fixních nebo de-facto plovoucích kurzů? Forthcoming in: MEKON 2009 , Vol. 1, No. 11 (21. May 2009)

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Abstract

International monetary system made by agreement in Bretton – Woods, is widely known to be the system of fixed exchange rates with allowed +/- 1% band of oscillation. As such, it is viewed as the period of exchange rates stability. However, our analysis of Reinhart – Rogoff’s (2004) database of exchange rates regimes shows, that most countries chose far more flexible exchange rates’ regimes. By the same token, the de – facto exchange rates varied very often and substantially from the officially declared ones.

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