One cannot exaggerate the usefulness of knowing how changes in income and price affect trade. Questions involving the stability of the foreign exchange market, the willingness to participate in a monetary union, the strength of international interdependencies, and the sustainability of the external deficits are hard to answer without estimates of the effects of income and price on trade.1
KeywordsReal Exchange Rate Price Elasticity Income Elasticity Monetary Union Foreign Exchange Market
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