New FRBNY research on exchange rates and wages

New research from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York by Linda Goldberg and Joseph Tracy looks at the effects of exchange rate fluctuations across the population - important in increasingly globalized economies. They offer an explanation of the paradoxical finding from previous studies that industry wages are significantly more responsive than industry employment to exchange rate changes.

Understanding the effects of exchange rate fluctuations across the population is important for increasingly

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