Real exchange rate misalignment and economic growth: empirical evidence from Sudan

@article{Bannaga2014RealER,
  title={Real exchange rate misalignment and economic growth: empirical evidence from Sudan},
  author={Alamedin A. Bannaga and Ahmed A. A. Badawi},
  journal={International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={207-228}
}
The real exchange rate plays a central role in sustaining macroeconomic stability. Real exchange rate misalignment is crucial to policy makers, as it determines the degree of policy intervention needed to correct deviation and achieve stability. In this paper, we use econometric techniques to compute the level of exchange rate misalignment and identify its determinants in Sudan, a country that suffers enormously from currency crisis. We probe further to assess the impact of real exchange rate… 
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