Exchange equalization fund

 

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Exchange equalization fund

The unit within a government or central bank that manages a pegged exchange rate. It manages reserves of foreign currencies, which it uses to buy and sell domestic currency as needed to keep the exchange rate within specified bounds.



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Factor price equalization

Factor price equalization

The tendency for trade to cause factor prices in different countries to become identical. Ohlin (1933) argued that trade would bring factor prices closer together. Samuelson (1948, 1949) showed formally the circumstances under which they would actually become equal.


Factor Price Equalization Theorem

Factor Price Equalization Theorem

One of the major theoretical results of the Heckscher-Ohlin Model with at least as many goods as factors, showing that free and frictionless trade will cause FPE between two countries if they have identical, linearly homogeneous technologies and their factor endowments are sufficiently similar to be in the same diversification cone.


Interest equalization tax

Interest equalization tax

A tax levied between 1963 and 1974 by the United States of 15% on interest received from foreign borrowers, intended to discourage capital outflows.


Interest equalization tax

Interest equalization tax

Tax on foreign investment by residents of the US which was abolished in 1974.




 
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