The Determination of Exchange Rates
is a lecture which is covered during International Business Module for bachelor/master level students.
From a managerial point of view, it is critical to understand how exchange-rate movements influence business decisions and operations. This lecture first describes the International Monetary Fund and the role it plays in exchange-rate determination. Next the lecture examines the various types of exchange-rate regimes countries may choose, as well as the role central banks play in the currency valuation process. It then presents the theories of purchasing power parity, the Fisher Effect, and the International Fisher Effect and discusses their contributions to the explanation of exchange-rate movements. The lecture concludes with a brief examination of the potential effects of exchange-rate fluctuations on business operations.
Lecture Learning Objectives:
- Describe the International Monetary Fund and its role in the determination of exchange rates
- Discuss the major exchange-rate arrangements that countries use
- Explain how the European Monetary System works and how the euro became the currency of the euro zone
- Identify the major determinants of exchange rates
- Show how managers try to forecast exchange-rate movements
- Explain how exchange-rate movements influence business decisions
In this file you will find:
- 1 The Determination of Exchange Rates Lecture Power Point Presentation
- 1 Guide file how to conduct Lecture
- 1 Test Bank with 100 different questions and full answer to them with the descriptions and explanations
- 4 Interesting Exercises for Seminar
- 6 Interesting Discussion Questions and answers to them
- 1 additional reading file about the lecture topic in order to enhance Lecturer/Teacher/Student knowledge
- 1 folder with useful pictures
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