Recent Developments in International Money and Finance
Editor: Ronald MacDonald, University of Glasgow
This special issue is designed to bring together some of the recent cutting edge research in the area of International Money and Finance (IMF). Both theoretical and empirical papers will be considered and the topic of the paper should clearly fall within the scope of IMF. Examples of topics of special interest are: the economics of exchange rates (such as equilibrium exchange rates and exchange rate forecasting), tests of the efficient markets hypothesis in forward and futures markest; the determination of capital movements; globalisation issues; open economy macro issues, such as developments in the New Open Economy Macroeconomics; and Transition economies and the International Monetary System.