Type: Public event

Currency manipulation


Kathryn Dominguez, Professor of Public Policy and Economics, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy

Date & time

Feb 7, 2019, 12:00-1:00 pm EST


Governments have increasingly relied on exchange rate stabilization policies, specifically intervention operations in currency markets and capital controls, to offset external shocks.  The focus on exchange rate stabilization is not limited to countries with pegged exchange rate regimes.  Indeed, a number of countries that currently actively intervene in currency markets self-describe as floaters. The U.S. has responded by raising concerns that these policies amount to currency manipulation.

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