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There are 27 references in this bibliography folder.

Ben Cheikh, N (2012).
Non-linearities in Exchange Rate Pass-Through: Evidence from Smooth Transition Models
Economics Bulletin, Vol 32 (3):2530-2545.

Shintani, M, Terada-Hagiwara, A, and Tomoyoshi, Y (2009).
Exchange Rate Pass-Through and Inflation: A Nonlinear Time Series Analysis
Department of Economics, Vanderbilt University., Working Paper.

de Bandt, O, Banerjee, A, and Kozluk, T (2008).
Measuring Long-Run Exchange Rate Pass-Through
Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 2 (2008-6).

Nogueira Jr., R and Leon-Ledesma, M (2008).
Exchange Rate Pass-Through Into Inflation: The Role of Asymmetries and NonLinearities
Department of Economics, University of Kent, Studies in Economics(0801).

Bussière, M (2007).
Exchange Rate Pass-Through to Trade Prices: The Role of Nonlinearities and Asymmetries
European Central Bank, Working Paper no. 822..

Yang, J (2007).
Is Exchange Rate Pass-through Symmetric? Evidence from US Imports
Applied Economics, 39:169-178.

Campa, J and Goldberg, L (2005).
Exchange Rate Pass-Through into Import Prices
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 87 (4):679-690.

Marazzi, M, Sheets, N, Vigfusson, R, Faust, J, Gagnon, J, Marquez, J, R. Martin, Reeve, T, and Rogers, J (2005).
Exchange Rate Pass-through to U.S. Import Prices: some New Evidence
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, International Finance Discussion Paper(832).

Mussa, M (2005).
The Euro and the Dollar 6 Years after Creation
Journal of Policy Modeling, 27:445-454.

Bailliu, J and Fujii, E (2004).
Exchange Rate Pass-Through and the Inflation Environment in Industrialized Countries: An Empirical Investigation
Bank of Canada, Working Paper No. 2004-21.

Coughlin, C and Pollard, P (2004).
Size Matters: Asymmetric Exchange Rate Pass- Through at the Industrial Level
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Working Paper No. 2003-029C..

Herzberg, V, Kapetanios, G, and Price, S (2003).
Import Prices and Exchange Rate Pass-Through: Theory and Evidence from the United Kingdom.
Bank of England, Working Paper(182).

Bacchetta, P and van Wincoop, E (2002).
Why Do Consumer Prices React Less than Import Prices to Exchange Rates?
NBER, Working Paper No. 9352.

van Dijk, D, Teräsvirta, T, and Franses, P (2002).
Smooth Transition Autoregressive Models: A Survey of Recent Developments
Econometric Reviews, 21:1-47.

Taylor, M, Peel, D, and Sarno, L (2001).
Nonlinear Mean-Reversion in Real Exchange Rates: Toward a Solution to the Purchasing Power Parity Puzzles
International Economic Review, 42:1015-1042.

Gil-Pareja, S (2000).
Exchange Rates and European Countries' Export Prices: An Empirical Test for Asymmetries in Pricing to Market Behavior
Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, 136(1):1-23.

Goldfajn, I and Werlang, S (2000).
The Pass-Through from Depreciation to Inflation: A Panel Study
Banco Central Do Brasil, Working Paper(5).

Taylor, J (2000).
Low Inflation, Pass-Through and the Pricing Power of Firms
European Economic Review, 44:1389-1408.

Goldberg, P and Knetter, M (1997).
Goods Prices and Exchange Rates: What Have We Learned?
Journal of Economic Literature, 35:1243-72.

Knetter, M (1994).
Is Export Price Adjustment Asymmetric? Evaluating the Market Share and Marketing Bottlenecks Hypotheses
Journal of International Money and Finance, 13:55-70.

Teräsvirta, T (1994).
Specification, Estimation and Evaluation of Smooth Transition Autoregressive Models
Journal of the American Statistical Association, 89:208-218.

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