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  • Komulainen, Tuomas (2001)
    BOFIT Discussion Papers 10/2001
    This study shows that due to herding behaviour and possible capital outflows, emerging market countries are vulnerable to multiple equilibria situations and currency crises.It uses a model by Jeanne (1997), where currency crises can be formed by multiple equilibria and self-fulfilling expectations.We determine the country fundamentals according to balance of payments approach.In this study we introduce capital flows, which depend from crisis probability, into the model.The capital flows are further assumed to follow herding behaviour, which produces a reason and mechanism for the large capital outflows witnessed during the recent crises. The range of country fundamentals, where self-fulfilling crises are possible, is now larger than without capital flows and herding behaviour.Consequently, the country fundamentals have to be better, if the country wants to stay totally out of crises.The model further points out lender interdependence as one shortcoming in the current structure of international capital markets.An empirical application of the model to the Mexican and Asian crises shows that when the possible capital outflows are included, the fundamentals of most emerging market countries were inside the range of multiple equilibria in 1994 and 1996, and so self-fulfilling crises were possible.
  • Hellqvist, Matti; Laine, Tatu (2012)
    Suomen Pankki. E 45
    Chapter 1 Matti Hellqvist - Tatu Laine Introduction 9 Chapter 2 Klaus Abbink - Ronald Bosman - Ronald Heijmans - Frans van Winden Disruptions in large value payment systems: An experimental approach 15 Chapter 3 Edward Denbee - Rodney Garratt - Peter Zimmerman Methods for evaluating liquidity provision in real-time gross settlement payment systems 53 Chapter 4 Ronald Heijmans - Richard Heuver Is this bank ill? The diagnosis of doctor TARGET2 77 Chapter 5 Tatu Laine - Tuomas Nummelin - Heli Snellman Combining liquidity usage and interest rates on overnight loans: an oversight indicator 119 Chapter 6 Ronald Heijmans - Richard Heuver - Daniëlle Walraven Monitoring the unsecured interbank money market using TARGET2 data 135 Chapter 7 Luca Arciero Evaluating the impact of shocks to the supply of overnight unsecured money market funds on the TARGET2- Banca d'Italia functioning: a simulation study 169 Chapter 8 Ashwin Clarke - Jennifer Hancock Participant operational disruptions: the impact of system design 193 Chapter 9 Horatiu Lovin Systemically important participants in the ReGIS payment system 219 Chapter 10 Marc Pröpper - Iman van Lelyveld - Ronald Heijmans Network dynamics of TOP payments 235 Chapter 11 Carlos León - Clara Machado - Freddy Cepeda - Miguel Sarmiento Systemic risk in large value payments systems in Colombia: a network topology and payments simulation approach 267 Chapter 12 Horatiu Lovin - Andra Pineta Operational risk in ReGIS - a systemically important payment system 315 Chapter 13 Robert Oleschak - Thomas Nellen Does SIC need a heart pacemaker? 341 Chapter 14 Robert Arculus - Jennifer Hancock - Greg Moran The impact of payment system design on tiering incentives 379 Chapter 15 Martin Diehl - Uwe Schollmeyer Liquidity-saving mechanisms: quantifying the benefits in TARGET2 411 Chapter 16 Biliana Alexandrova-Kabadjova - Francisco Solís-Robleda The Mexican experience in how the settlement of large payments is performed in the presence of high volume of small payments 431
  • Karhapää, Henna (2020)
    Euro & talous. Blogi
    Latinalaisen Amerikan talous ei ole juurikaan kasvanut moneen vuoteen. Vuosi 2019 ei tuonut tähän muutosta, sillä kasvuvauhdin odotetaan jääneen nollan tuntumaan. IMF:n maailmantalouden arviossa alueen kasvuluvut jäävät selvästi hännille muihin nousevien talouksien alueisiin verrattuna. Latinalaisen Amerikan ulkoinen ympäristö on ollut monin tavoin haastava, kun maanosan tärkeimpien vientituotteiden eli raaka-aineiden hinnat ovat pysytelleet matalalla, keskeisten kauppakumppanien kysyntä on ollut vaimeaa ja lisäksi kaupan ja teollisuuden kehitystä ovat häirinneet globaalit jännitteet ja lisääntyneet kaupanesteet. Tukea on sentään tullut suotuisista globaaleista rahoitusolosuhteista.
  • Benkovskis, Konstantins; Wörz, Julia (2012)
    BOFIT Discussion Papers 19/2012
    Published in Empirical Economics, Volume 51, Issue 2, Sept. 2016, pp 707–735
    This analysis of global competitiveness of emerging market economies accounts for non-price aspects of competitiveness. Building on the methodology pioneered by Feenstra (1994) and Broda and Weinstein (2006), we construct an export price index that adjusts for changes in the set of competitors (variety) and changes in non-price factors (quality in a broad sense) for nine emerging economies (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Russia and Turkey). The highly disaggregated dataset covers the period 1999?2010 and is based on the standardized 6-digit Harmonized System (HS). Unlike studies that use a CPI-based real effective exchange rate, our method highlights notable differences in non-price competitiveness across markets. China shows a huge gain in international competitiveness due to non-price factors, suggesting that China critics may be overstressing the role of renminbi undervaluation in explaining China's competitive position. Oil exports account for strong improvement in Russia's non-price competitiveness, as well as the modest losses of competitiveness for Argentina and Indonesia. Brazil, Chile, India and Turkey show discernible improvements in their competitive position when accounting for non-price factors. Mexico's competitiveness deteriorates regardless of the index chosen. JEL Classification: C43, F12, F14, L15 Keywords: non-price competitiveness, quality, relative export price, emerging countries