"Montiel’s book is indispensable for anyone wishing to deepen their understanding of International Macroeconomics. It presents a much more realistic picture than what is provided by other textbooks." – Rodolphe Desbordes , University of Strathclyde "This text′s main strength is its unified approach, as it starts with a general model, and then considers special cases pertaining to particular countries, institutions, and historical time periods." – Kenneth Kasa , Simon Fraser University "Montiel’s friendly style, clarity of exposition, and rigorous treatment of the international topics make this a strong textbook." – David Shepherd , University of Westminster "This text’s exposition is very methodical, applying the method of comparative statics systematically for evaluating important contemporaneous policy issues as well as historical episodes." – Watanabe Shinichi , International University of Japan
From the Back Cover
International Macroeconomics provides students with an analytically rigorous introduction to exchange rates and their impact in macroeconomics. Utilizing a uniquely unified, single–model approach, this textbook guides the reader through a broad range of policy issues, historic cases, institutions, and specific countries, which allows for an extensive overview of macroeconomics within an international context. Its strong policy orientation reflects the experience of an author who worked for many years at the IMF and ensures that this book will appeal to a broad range of students. This text is supported by a website with extensive problem–set solutions, PowerPoint slides, and updated key data.