His primary scientific interests are in Exchange rate, Econometrics, Cointegration, Monetary economics and Real interest rate. He combines subjects such as Productivity, Financial economics, International finance and International economics with his study of Exchange rate. His Econometrics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Purchasing power parity, Relative price, Estimator and Contrast.
His research in Cointegration intersects with topics in Net foreign assets, Multivariate statistics, Keynesian economics and Macroeconomics. His Interest rate parity, Monetary policy, Open economy and Bond market study, which is part of a larger body of work in Monetary economics, is frequently linked to German, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research investigates the connection between Real interest rate and topics such as Effective exchange rate that intersect with issues in Net capital rule.
Exchange rate, Monetary economics, Econometrics, Cointegration and Interest rate parity are his primary areas of study. His Exchange rate study combines topics in areas such as International economics, Interest rate and Liberian dollar. Monetary economics is closely attributed to Credibility in his study.
His work carried out in the field of Econometrics brings together such families of science as Productivity, Macroeconomics, Financial economics and Real interest rate. His Real interest rate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Open economy and Effective exchange rate. His Cointegration study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Net foreign assets, Panel data and Equilibrium exchange.
Ronald MacDonald mainly investigates Exchange rate, Monetary economics, Econometrics, Interest rate and Currency. His studies in Exchange rate integrate themes in fields like Sample, Cointegration and Liberian dollar. His research on Monetary economics focuses in particular on Interest rate parity.
He has included themes like Purchasing power parity and Macroeconomics, Economic model in his Econometrics study. His Interest rate research incorporates themes from Monetary policy, Momentum and Stock market. His work deals with themes such as Financial economics and Risk premium, which intersect with Currency.
His primary areas of study are Exchange rate, Econometrics, Macroeconomics, Panel data and Monetary economics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Microeconomics and Currency in addition to Exchange rate. His research integrates issues of Sample, Random walk, Survey data collection and Liberian dollar in his study of Econometrics.
His Macroeconomics study incorporates themes from Volatility and Financial market. His Panel data study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Specification, International economics, Order, Net foreign assets and Income distribution. Ronald MacDonald interconnects Carry and Hedge in the investigation of issues within Monetary economics.
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Exchange Rates and Economic Fundamentals: A Methodological Comparison of Beers and Feers
Peter B. Clark;Ronald MacDonald;Ronald MacDonald;Ronald MacDonald.
Social Science Research Network (1999)
Exchange Rate Economics: A Survey
Ronald MacDonald;Mark P. Taylor.
IMF Staff Papers (1992)
The monetary model of the exchange rate: long-run relationships, short-run dynamics and how to beat a random walk
Ronald MacDonald;Mark P. Taylor;Mark P. Taylor.
Journal of International Money and Finance (1994)
International Money and Finance
Paul Hallwood;Ronald MacDonald.
What determines real exchange rates?: The long and the short of it
Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (1998)
Concepts to Calculate Equilibrium Exchange Rates: An Overview
Research Papers in Economics (2000)
The monetary approach to the exchange rate : rational expectations, long-run equilibrium, and forecasting
Ronald MacDonald;Mark P. Taylor.
IMF Staff Papers (1993)
Panel unit root tests and real exchange rates
Economics Letters (1996)
Equilibrium Exchange Rates in Transition Economies: Taking Stock of the Issues*
Balázs Égert;László Halpern;Ronald MacDonald.
Journal of Economic Surveys (2006)
Long-Run Exchange Rate Modeling: A Survey of the Recent Evidence
Staff Papers - International Monetary Fund (1995)
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