"When Fast Growing Economies Slow Down: International Evidence and Implications for China" Eichengreen, Park, Shin

Using international data starting in 1957, we construct a sample of cases where fast-growing economies slow down. The evidence suggests that rapidly growing economies slow down significantly, in the sense that the growth rate downshifts by at least 2 percentage points, when their per capita incomes reach around $17,000 US in year-2005 constant international prices, a level that China should achieve by or soon after 2015. Among our more provocative findings is that growth slowdowns are more likely in countries that maintain undervalued real exchange rates.

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Ora, crescimento por desvalorização cambial é artificial e, nada mais natural, que se esgote com o crescimento da renda.



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