Michael W. Klein mainly focuses on Exchange rate, Monetary economics, Capital account liberalization, Capital account and Developing country. His research in the fields of Exchange-rate regime overlaps with other disciplines such as Empirical research. His studies in Monetary economics integrate themes in fields like International economics and Foreign direct investment.
His research in Capital account intersects with topics in Monetary hegemony, Trilemma and Capital market. Michael W. Klein works mostly in the field of Developing country, limiting it down to topics relating to Finance and, in certain cases, Financial liberalization, as a part of the same area of interest. His Interest rate parity study incorporates themes from Stylized fact and International finance.
His primary areas of investigation include Exchange rate, Monetary economics, International economics, Capital account and Capital. His work in the fields of Exchange rate, such as Interest rate parity, overlaps with other areas such as Sample and Openness to experience. His study in the fields of Currency, Monetary policy and Inflation under the domain of Monetary economics overlaps with other disciplines such as Empirical research.
His work deals with themes such as Developing country, Capital deepening, Capital intensity and Capital account liberalization, which intersect with Capital account. He combines Developing country and Developed country in his research. The concepts of his Capital study are interwoven with issues in Asset, Capital market and Financial integration.
His primary scientific interests are in Monetary economics, Exchange rate, Capital, Asset and Developing country. In his research, Rounding is intimately related to Autonomy, which falls under the overarching field of Monetary economics. Exchange rate connects with themes related to International economics in his study.
Michael W. Klein has researched Capital in several fields, including Monetary policy, Trilemma, Capital market, Capital account and International finance. His Asset study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Capital control, Annual report and Econometrics. His studies deal with areas such as Price change, Market segmentation and Cultural diversity as well as Developing country.
Michael W. Klein focuses on Capital, Asset, Monetary policy, Monetary economics and Capital account. He combines subjects such as Exchange rate and Capital market with his study of Capital. His research investigates the connection with Exchange rate and areas like Keynesian economics which intersect with concerns in International economics.
His research investigates the connection between Monetary policy and topics such as Financial market that intersect with problems in Developing country. His study in Monetary economics focuses on Currency in particular. His research on Capital account concerns the broader Macroeconomics.
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Capital account liberalization, financial depth, and economic growth
Michael W. Klein;Michael W. Klein;Giovanni P. Olivei.
Journal of International Money and Finance (2008)
Capital Account Liberalization and Economic Performance: Survey and Synthesis
Hali J Edison;Michael W Klein;Luca Ricci;Torsten Sloek.
National Bureau of Economic Research (2004)
The real exchange rate and foreign direct investment in the United States : relative wealth vs. relative wage effects
Michael W. Klein;Eric Rosengren.
Journal of International Economics (1994)
Explaining the Duration of Exchange-Rate Pegs
Michael W. Klein;Nancy P. Marion.
Journal of Development Economics (1997)
Capital Control Measures: A New Dataset
Andrés Fernández;Michael W Klein;Alessandro Rebucci;Martin Schindler.
IMF Economic Review (2016)
Job creation, job destruction, and the real exchange rate
Michael W. Klein;Scott Schuh;Robert K. Triest.
Journal of International Economics (2003)
Fixed exchange rates and trade
Michael W. Klein;Michael W. Klein;Jay C. Shambaugh.
Journal of International Economics (2006)
Rounding the Corners of the Policy Trilemma: Sources of Monetary Policy Autonomy
Michael W. Klein;Jay C. Shambaugh.
American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics (2015)
Capital Account Liberalization, Institutional Quality and Economic Growth: Theory and Evidence
Research Papers in Economics (2005)
Troubled Banks, Impaired Foreign Direct Investment: The Role of Relative Access to Credit
Michael W. Klein;Joe Peek;Eric S. Rosengren.
The American Economic Review (2002)
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