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The Role of Foreign Exchange Intervention in a Chaotic Dornbusch Model
Credit and Capital Markets – Kredit und Kapital, Vol. 33 (2000), Iss. 3 : pp. 309–345
Sergio Da Silva, Birmingham and Brasilia
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Massive foreign exchange interventions are shown to remove chaos, cycles, and instability in the models of De Grauwe and Dewachter (1992) and De Grauwe, Dewachter, and Embrechts (1993), where the exchange rate can behave chaotically in the framework of the Dornbusch model. (JEL F31, F41, F47)