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A Note on the Investment-Enhancing Effect of a Depreciated Real Exchange Rate

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Author(s)

Pham Van Dai

Affiliation(s)

Finders Business School, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia.

ABSTRACT

This paper presents a mechanism through which <span “=””>a depreciated real exchange rate can lead to a higher investment rate. 280 more words

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