Figure 5. The Real Exchange Rate and Relative Agricultural Prices in Costa Rica and El Salvador, 2000–2005 Source: and authors’ calculations (see ). Notes: A decrease in RER implies a domestic currency appreciation (see ). An increase in RPAM implies an increase in relative agricultural prices.
Figure 5.

The Real Exchange Rate and Relative Agricultural Prices in Costa Rica and El Salvador, 2000–2005

Source: World Bank (2007) and authors’ calculations (see Table 1).

Notes: A decrease in RER implies a domestic currency appreciation (see Table 1). An increase in RPAM implies an increase in relative agricultural prices.

Corresponding Author’s Email Address:chris.gingrich@emu.edu

Additional Information

ISSN
1548-2278
Print ISSN
0022-037X
Pages
1-17
Launched on MUSE
2009-07-11
Open Access
No
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