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Further Reading List
Angeloni I., Benassy-Quere A., Carton B., Darvas Z., Destais C., Pisani-Ferry J., Sapir A., Vallee S. (2011) Global currencies for tomorrow: a European perspective, Economic Papers 444.
Bergin P., Glick R., Wu J.-L. (2012) Fixed versus flexible exchange-rate regimes: Do they matter for real exchange-rate persistence? VoxEU.
Bergsten C.F. (2013) Our Chance to Slash the High Costs of Currency Manipulation, Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Bergsten C.F. (2014) Currency Wars and the International Economic Order, In: Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm, Sweden.
Blanchard O., Adler G., Irineu de Carvalho F. (2015) Can Foreign Exchange Intervention Stem Exchange Rate Pressures from Global Capital Flow Shocks? WP/15/159, IMF.
Canuto O. (2013) Currency War and Peace, Project Syndicate.
Cohen-Setton J. (2015) The disconnect between exchange rates and trade- What’s at stake: The failure of Abenomics to boost net exports despite the large currency depreciation has raised the question of a possible more general disconnect between exchange rates and trade, namely because of the international fragmentation of production, Bruegel.
Dadush U., Eidelman V. (2011) Currency wars, VoxEU.
Darvas Z., Pisani-Ferry J. (2010) The Threat of ‘Currency Wars’: A European Perspective, Bruegel Policy Contribution.
Das S. (2013) There are No Currency Wars! We Are Just Devaluing, Eonomonitor.
Eichengreen B. (2013) Currency war or international policy coordination? Journal of Policy Modeling Volume 35, Issue 3, May–June, Pages 425–433.
Evenett S.J. (2013) Root causes of currency wars, Vox.
Gagnon J.E. (2013) Currency Wars, Milken Institute Review.
Gagnon J.E. (2013) Stabilizing Properties of Flexible Exchange Rates: Evidence from the Global Financial Crisis, Policy Brief N B 1 3 – 2 8, PIIE.
Gagnon J.E. (2014) Alternatives to Currency Manipulation: What Switzerland, Singapore, and Hong Kong Can Do, PIIE Policy Brief No. 14-17.
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Harrison E. (2014) Banks, Japanese trade, the currency wars and deflation, Credit Writedowns Pro.
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Partners C. (2013) Currency Wars will only get worse, Credit Writedowns.
Roubini N. (2014) The Return of Currency Wars, Project Syndicate.