Helena Marques is Associate Professor at the Department of Applied Economics of the University of the Balearic Islands (Spain). Previously she taught economics at the University of Manchester, Loughborough University and Newcastle University in the UK. She specialised in the economics of European integration, international trade and open economy macroeconomics, having published in the Review of International Economics, IMF Staff Papers, Manchester School, Applied Economics, International Review of Economics and Finance, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, among others.
Exchange-rate pass-through by Indian and Chinese exporters
15 Apr 2013
How much does a change in the value of the rupee or the yuan affect the prices of exports from India and China? This column explores the factors behind this ‘exchange-rate pass-through’ and why it is different in the two countries.
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