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Choix du Régime de Change, chocs Exogènes et Stabilité Financière dans l’Union économique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA) / Exchange Rate Regime Choice, Exogenous Shocks and Financial Stability   in the West African Economic and Monetary Union

It is always a debate at the international level about the choice of exchange rate regimes. In general, the exchange rate instability is unfavourable for the economies such as the members of WAEMU who are specializing in the production of primary …

Why has the Exchange Rate Policy Failed in Nigeria?

This policy brief examines the primary cause of the exchange rate policy failure in Nigeria by evaluating the motivating factor for exchange rate regime changes in the country and reviewing the role of politics and interest groups in the Nigerian ex…

Zimbabwe’s Currency ‘curse’ and the Economic Malaise

Zimbabwe has been plagued by currency problems. In June 2019 the government banned the multicurrency system and reintroduced the defunct Zimbabwean dollar. The move was intended to address the fast-deteriorating economic crisis and bring sanity to …

Current Account Adjustments and Exchange Rate Arrangements: What Regime for African Countries?

This paper empirically examines the impact of exchange rate arrangements on current account imbalances within the African context. Following Friedman’s hypothesis (Friedman, 1953), we test the propositions stating that flexible exchange rate regimes…

Taux de Change Fixe / Taux de Change Flottant: Le cas du Maroc / Fixed Exchange Rate / Floating Exchange Rate: The case of Morocco

In the midst of an orderly transition of its exchange rate regime, under the benevolent authority of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Kingdom of Morocco is a very concrete example of the advantages and disadvantages of the two dominant exc…

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