This paper analyzes the dynamics of adjustment to devaluation in a framework which highlights the role played by nontraded goods and money. We provide a specific analytical model of devaluation incorporating substitution effects in production and consumption as well as liquidity effects resulting from a stock-flow adjustment process. The analysis provides specific solutions for the time path of the balance of payments and the price of nontraded goods following devaluation.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Economics and Econometrics