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theory of optimum currency areas
International Monetary Fund.
|Statement||prepared by Joshua Aizenman and Robert P. Flood.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/92/39|
|Contributions||Aizenman, Joshua., Flood, Robert P., International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 16 p. --|
|Number of Pages||16|
The theory of optimum currency areas, initiated by Robert Mundell (), is the organizing framework for the analysis. In Mundell’s paradigm, policymakers balance the saving in transactions costs from the creation of a single money against the consequences of diminished policy autonomy. The. According to the theory of "optimum currency areas," the relevant criterion for identifying and designing a common currency zone is the Degree of _____ (labor and capital) mobility within the zone. A high degree of factor mobility provides an adjustment mechanism that is an alternative to country-specific monetary/currency adjustments.
However as was in , an optimum currency area (as defined above) is still a very ambiguous region even with today’s developments of the theory referencing the practicality of European Monetary Union (EMU). This chapter discusses the theory of Optimum Currency Area. The chapter is divided into four sections. Kenen, P. () The Theory of Optimum Currency Areas An Eclectic View. In Mundell, R. and Swoboda, A., Eds., Monetary Problems of the International Economy, The.
This dissertation analyses the Euro Area in light of the Theory of Optimum Currency Areas (OCA), aiming to draw some conclusions about whether the Euro Area is currently closer or farther from the concept of an OCA than it was before the recent shocks it has endured, namely, the global financial crisis and the sovereign debt : Daniela Filipa Pinto Lima. Paul Krugman’s keynote at a conference of Europeanists in Philadelphia on 15 April could not have been more packed with the received wisdom on optimum currency areas. It is supposedly a well-developed piece of economic theory, or so the audience was told more than once.
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Optimal Currency Area: The geographic area in which a single currency would create the greatest economic benefit. While traditionally each country has maintained its own separate, national. Optimum Currency Area Theory: A currency thoery based on geographical area that adopts a fixed exchange rate regime or a single currency within its boundaries.
Optimum currency area theory can. constitutes an optimum currency area can clarify the meaning of these experi-ments. (2) Those countries, like Canada, which have experimented with flexible exchange rates are likely to face particular problems which the theory of optimum currency areas can elucidate if the national currency area does not coincide with the optimum currency area.
A Theory of Optimum Currency Areas1 Robert A. Mundell It is patently obvious that periodic balance-of-payments crises will remain an integral feature of the international economic system as long as fixed exchange rates and rigid wage and price levels prevent the international price system from fulfilling a natural role in the adjustment process.
McKinnon, Ronald I. (): Optimum, Currency Areas and Key Currencies: Mundell I versus Mundeil II, Journal of Common Market Studies, 42, – CrossRef Google Scholar  Mundell, R.A. (): Theory of Optimum, Currency : Horst Tomann. This article aims at providing an eclectic analysis of the theory of optimum currency areas (OCAs).
Although the basic tenets of the theory were anticipated during the late s and the s. A theory of optimum currency areas.
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Common terms and phrases. The article deal with optimum currency area (OCA) theory and examines which of the new EU member states are suitable candidates for the euro extended by EU countries membership. “Lucas critique”, endogeneity of the optimum currency area criteria and modern macroeconomic theories.
To Fix or to Float: Friedman’s Influence Theory of the optimum currency areas was fully developed during the debates of the benefits and the costs of the particular exchange rates regimes after the World War II.
The Theory of Optimal Currency Areas. Pros and Cons of the Eurozone - Thorsten Mannherz - Term Paper - Economics - Finance - Publish your bachelor's or. Abstract. An optimum currency area refers to the ‘optimum’ geographical domain having as a general means of payments either a single common currency or several currencies whose exchange values are immutably pegged to one another with unlimited convertibility for both current and capital transactions, but whose exchange rates fluctuate in unison against the rest.
A Conference on Optimum Currency Areas at Tel-Aviv University, 5th December Paul De Grauwe ‘Economics of Monetary Union’ p. 7, ) Robert McKinnon ‘Money in International Exchange: The Convertible Currency System’, Peter Kenen ‘The theory of Optimum Currency Areas: an Eclectic view‘, Theory of optimum currency areas and exchange-rate flexibility.
Princeton, N.J.: International Finance Section, Dept. of Economics, Princeton University, (OCoLC) THE THEORY OF OPTIMUM CURRENCY AREAS taking each nation and national currency as an indivisible unit to con-stitute a currency area. This is a deviation from the early discussion on optimum currency areas.
But a nation with numerous economically nonhomogeneous subregions can be viewed as a homogeneous entity. Peter Bain Kenen (Novem – Decem ) was a senior fellow in international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations and Walker Professor of Economics and International Finance at Princeton University.
Kenen was born in Cleveland, Ohio, inand attended The Bronx High School of earned his B.A. from Columbia University in Parent(s): Isaiah L. Kenen, Beatrice Bain [Wikidata]. For all those interested in "Optimum Currency Areas" - my new infoposter "ECONOMICS" is now available: the poster gives an overview of the development of economic theory from its beginnings.
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Optimum currency area, a currency area in which the benefits of using a common currency outweigh the costs of individual economies’ giving up their own currencies. Economies form a currency area if they use the same legal tender or have their exchange rates irrevocably fixed.
An optimum currency area (OCA) is a theoretical notion. Optimum Currency Areas and the European Experience O n January 1,11 member countries of the European Union (EU) adopted a common currency, the euro.
They have since been joined by six more EU members. Europe’s bold experiment in economic and monetary union (EMU), which many had viewed as a visionary fantasy only a fewFile Size: KB.
Capital Market Imperfections and the Theory of Optimum Currency Areas Pierre-Richard Agénor and Joshua Aizenman NBER Working Paper No. June JEL No. F12,F15,F2,F36 ABSTRACT This paper studies how capital market imperfections affect the welfare effects of forming a currency union.
über: Mundell, Robert A.: A theory of optimum currency areas. in: American Economic Review. 4. Downloadable! This article aims at providing an eclectic analysis of the theory of optimum currency areas (OCAs).
Although the basic tenets of the theory were anticipated during the late s and the s, the theory was developed and maturated in three highly influential papers of Mundell (), McKinnon () and Kenen ().
However, because of internal conflicts Cited by: Get this from a library! Exchange rate volatility and intervention: implications of the theory of optimum currency areas. [Tamim A Bayoumi; Barry J Eichengreen; Centre for Economic Policy Research (Great Britain)].
Kenen, Peter: “The Theory of Optimum Currency Areas: An Eclectic View” in l and A. Swoboda eds, Monetary Problems of the International Economy, The University of Chicago Press, Mundell, Robert: A theory of Optimum Currency Areas, American Economic Review, 51 (4), Table 1: Labor mobility in action MA share in US employment.