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Real rigidities and exchange rate dynamics.


This dissertation explores exchange rate behavior in the presence of economic rigidities. The first chapter shows that distribution costs and costs moving labor between sectors can help explain real exchange rate volatility. The second chapter finds optimal monetary policy rules in a two-country general equilibrium environment with nontradable goods, labor immobility and a non-unitary elasticity of substitution between different types of goods.