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Title: Why did Southeastern European eountries experience low inflation rates in the beginning of this century?
Authors: Yamada, Hiroyuki
Bell, Gerwin
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: European Association for Comparative Economic Studies (EACES)
Università Carlo Cattaneo - LIUC
Bibliographic citation: Yamada Hiroyuki, Bell Gerwin (2012), Why did Southeastern European countries experience low inflation rates in the beginning of this century?. In: The European Journal of Comparative Economics, vol. 9, n. 2, 2012, p. 229-246. E-ISSN 1824-2979.
Abstract: In the last decade, the inflation rates of Southeastern European (SEE) countries - Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia - have been more comparable to those in the euro area than to those in otherwise similar emerging economies; the only exception is Serbia. These low inflation rates can only partly be explained by initial price levels. In addition, the exchange rate regime is of paramount importance. Our analysis also explores additional differences between SEE and other regions.
Journal/Book: The European journal of comparative economics
Appears in Collections:EJCE

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