- Applied Institute for Research in Economics
Dr Annina Kaltenbrunner and Dr Bianca Orsi talk about the implications different types of currency internationalisation have, particularly in the context of emerging markets, and discuss their research on the Brazilian real. They highlight the strategy of currency regionalisation, rather than full currency internationalisation, and introduce the SML – a South American regional payment mechanisms – which could support such a currency regionalisation.
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