Fundamental theories of currency valuation: A study testing on relevancy between political economy and the Euro exchange rate variation

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School of Business | Bachelor's thesis
Date
2020
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(Mikkeli) Bachelor’s Program in International Business
Language
en
Pages
65
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Abstract
This thesis is a literature about currency regimes and theoretical hypotheses about how currency is valuated, mainly focused on the major global currencies, uses the architecting progress of the Euro to examine inspected theories. Currencies under this paper’s perspective is not only an economic component but also an ultimate consequence of distinguishable socio-political occurrences. Instead of specifying models and techniques of macroeconomics to weigh exchange rate, it concentrates on the critical of interdisciplinary approaches of a comprehensive mix of economic, socio-political, and environmental perspectives. The Euro – a new currency tested on the common currency area provision, is examined to check how fundamental architectures affect a currency’s exchange rate.
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Zieba, Marta
Keywords
currency, exchange rate, the Euro, G10 currencies, currency regime
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