Real exchange rate on economic growth
evidence from post–Soviet States
This study investigates the relationship between the real exchange rate and economic performance for 15 Post Soviet states from 1991 to 2015. Using fixed effects method together with a dynamic panel data technique, this paper provides empirical evidences for the positive
growth effects of the real exchange rate appreciation. The impact is robust after using an alternative measurement of the real exchange rate and upon applying different identification strategy.
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