Commodity price shocks in a small open economy

Commodity price shocks significantly contribute to the exchange rate fluctuations and business cycles in a small open economy, recent research by the Bank of Canada shows.

The paper reveals that welfare gains of fluctuating commodity prices are larger when adopting a flexible exchange rate regime.

The paper uses Canadian and US data for the period from 1981 to 2005.

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