Using panel data for 29 developed countries, this paper studies the relationship between financial flow and trade markets on Dutch diseases for the period 2000-2010 and applying a fixed effects model. In particular, the study shows that an increase in inflows of foreign direct investment (FDI) leads to an appreciation of the real exchange rate. The result also suggests that an inflow of FDI accompanied by exports or government expenditure from tax revenue leads to real exchange rate appreciation. This paper also argued that stock market with FDI does not cause an appreciation of the real exchange rate.
2. Literature Review
3. Data and Descriptive Statistics.
5. Results and Conclusion.