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Macroeconomics and DevelopmentRoberto Frenkel and the Economics of Latin America$
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Mario Damill, Martín Rapetti, and Guillermo Rozenwurcel

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780231175081

Published to Columbia Scholarship Online: September 2016

DOI: 10.7312/columbia/9780231175081.001.0001

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Disequilibria and Risk Premia

Disequilibria and Risk Premia

Argentina’s Experience During the 2000s from a Latin American Perspective

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(p.134) Chapter 7 Disequilibria and Risk Premia
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Macroeconomics and Development
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Gustavo Cañonero

Carlos Winograd

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Columbia University Press
DOI:10.7312/columbia/9780231175081.003.0007

the chapter elaborates on the sources of risk that arise from the interaction of the goods and financial markets by revisiting Frenkel’s work on exchange rate and sovereign risk premia. The authors dispute the narrow view that states that a run on the domestic currency or a rising sovereign risk premium are always caused by an increase of the foreign debt or a decline in international reserves. Market disequilibrium dynamics may not only be driven by these factors but also by declining incentives to invest.

Keywords:   sovereign risk premia, external debt, run on domestic currency, investment incentives, market disequilibrium

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