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Managed Currency

What is 'Managed Currency'

Any currency that can have its exchange rate affected by the intervention of a central bank. This is opposed to a currency that is determined solely by the forces of supply and demand in the world market. Virtually no currencies truly fall into this latter category.

Explaining 'Managed Currency'

The majority of major world currencies are managed at least to some degree. This is due to the purchase and sale of these currencies by the central banks of different countries.They do this in order to stabilize the markets and affect their own monetary policies.


Further Reading


Averting crisis? Assessing measures to manage financial integration in emerging economies
academic.oup.com [PDF]
… contradictions in neo- liberal financial policy well understood by heterodox economics, particularly post … are: trip wires and speed bumps; transactions taxes; the 'Chilean model'; currency convertibility restrictions; and the creation of a publicly managed closed-end …

Currency crises modelsCurrency crises models
link.springer.com [PDF]
… contradictions in neo- liberal financial policy well understood by heterodox economics, particularly post … are: trip wires and speed bumps; transactions taxes; the 'Chilean model'; currency convertibility restrictions; and the creation of a publicly managed closed-end …

Discretion, Precommitments and the Prospects for a European Central Bank—Fixed Parities versus a Commonly Managed CurrencyDiscretion, Precommitments and the Prospects for a European Central Bank—Fixed Parities versus a Commonly Managed Currency
link.springer.com [PDF]
… contradictions in neo- liberal financial policy well understood by heterodox economics, particularly post … are: trip wires and speed bumps; transactions taxes; the 'Chilean model'; currency convertibility restrictions; and the creation of a publicly managed closed-end …

Hard currency and sound credit: A financial agenda for Central EuropeHard currency and sound credit: A financial agenda for Central Europe
www.econstor.eu [PDF]
… contradictions in neo- liberal financial policy well understood by heterodox economics, particularly post … are: trip wires and speed bumps; transactions taxes; the 'Chilean model'; currency convertibility restrictions; and the creation of a publicly managed closed-end …

Managed Currency System: 1930′ s Discussion on Monetary Reform Scheme of ChinaManaged Currency System: 1930′ s Discussion on Monetary Reform Scheme of China
en.cnki.com.cn [PDF]
… contradictions in neo- liberal financial policy well understood by heterodox economics, particularly post … are: trip wires and speed bumps; transactions taxes; the 'Chilean model'; currency convertibility restrictions; and the creation of a publicly managed closed-end …

Financial globalization: the need for a single currency and a global central bankFinancial globalization: the need for a single currency and a global central bank
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
… contradictions in neo- liberal financial policy well understood by heterodox economics, particularly post … are: trip wires and speed bumps; transactions taxes; the 'Chilean model'; currency convertibility restrictions; and the creation of a publicly managed closed-end …

The role of foreign currency debt in financial crises: 1880–1913 versus 1972–1997The role of foreign currency debt in financial crises: 1880–1913 versus 1972–1997
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
… contradictions in neo- liberal financial policy well understood by heterodox economics, particularly post … are: trip wires and speed bumps; transactions taxes; the 'Chilean model'; currency convertibility restrictions; and the creation of a publicly managed closed-end …

Money for the Common Wealth of the Multitude: Toward a User-Managed Currency and Payment System DesignMoney for the Common Wealth of the Multitude: Toward a User-Managed Currency and Payment System Design
leicester.figshare.com [PDF]
… contradictions in neo- liberal financial policy well understood by heterodox economics, particularly post … are: trip wires and speed bumps; transactions taxes; the 'Chilean model'; currency convertibility restrictions; and the creation of a publicly managed closed-end …


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