ABSTRACT. Buch and Kleinert provide a unified theoretical framework of two main explanations (why changes in exchange rates can affect foreign direct investment) and test the model using German sectoral data derived from detailed firm-level data, and find greater support for the goods market friction hypothesis. Kousis and McCulloch observe that the main financial markets in New Zealand relate to debt instruments, foreign exchange, equities, managed funds, and non-foreign exchange derivatives. Nakagawa presents a comparative analysis of the development of securities markets in Asian economies.



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