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Crisis and Calm: Demand for U.S. Currency at Home and Abroad from the Fall of the Berlin Wall to 2011
Ruth Judson (au)
U.S. currency has long been a desirable store of value and medium of exchange in times and places where local currency or bank deposits are inferior in one or more respects. Indeed, a substantial share of U.S. currency circulates outside the U.S. Although precise measurements of stocks and flows of U.S. currency outside the U.S. are not available, a variety of data sources and methods have been developed to provide estimates. This study reviews the raw data available for measuring international banknote flows and presents updates on indirect methods of estimating the stock of currency held abroad: the seasonal method and the biometric method. These methods require some adjustments, but they continue to indicate that a large share of U.S. currency is held abroad, especially in the $100 denomination. In addition to these existing indirect methods, the author develops a framework and basic variants of a new method to estimate the share of U.S. currency held abroad. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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