The Book Series on “Central Banking, Analysis, and Economic Policies” of the Central Bank of Chile publishes new research on central banking and economics in general, with special emphasis on issues and fields that are relevant to economic policies in developing economies. The volumes are published in Spanish or English. Policy usefulness, high-quality research, and relevance to Chile and other economies are the main criteria for publishing books. Most research in this Series has been conducted in or sponsored by the Central Bank of Chile. Book manuscripts are submitted to the Series editors for a review process with active participation by outside referees. The Series editors submit manuscripts for final approval to the Editorial Board of the Series and to the Board of the Central Bank of Chile. Publication in both paper and electronic format. The views and conclusions presented in the book are exclusively those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Central Bank of Chile or its Board Members.
Commodity prices and macroeconomic policy: and overview / Rodrigo Caputo and Roberto Chang -- Commodity prices fluctuations and monetary policy in small open ecomomies / Roberto Chang -- Monetary policy and dutch disease: the case of price and wage rigidity / Constasntino Hevia and Juan Pablo Nicolini -- Liquidity and foreing asset management challenges for Latin America countries / Joshua Aizenman and Daniel Riera-Crichton -- Terms of trade shocks and investment in commodity-exporting economies / Jorge Fornero, Markus Kirchner, and Andre?s Yany -- Goverment size, misallocation and the resource curse / Radoslaw (Radek) Stefanski -- Resource revenue management: three policy clocks / Paul Collier.
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