This paper strives for the impact of nominal rupee exchange rate in Pakistan since the advent of the managed float of the Pakistani rupee in January, 1982. Prior to this period, the Pakistani rupee was pegged to the U. S. dollar. Qureshi (1978) calculates that due to greater inflation in Pakistan relative to other countries (32.4 % for between the period December, 1973 & April, 1978), It was founded that rupee overestimated up to 31.2 % from official rate of exchange. In 1980s, the Reagan in the United States starts its fiscal development with stiff monetary policy procedures; therefore the cost of borrowing in the U.S rose at an exceptional point. Accordingly, the U.S currency rises over to foremost international currencies, which raise the Pakistan currency. The calculations of Malik and Rizavi (1982) show that from December, 1980 to December 1981, the Pakistani rupee valued significantly, for example, 22.9% on pound sterling, and by 25.12 % on French Franc. In totall trems, Pakistani rupee pleasure the rise of 7.94% over ten International Currencies. This significant rise of the Pakistani currency had provoke negative outcome on the export of Pakistan to non-Dollar Area; and this discourage remittances of expatriate Pakistanis. Therefore, it had been decided to delink the Pakistani rupee from U. S. dollar with the provison that the dollar would remain at its current value. On delinking January, 1982, the rupee was devalue by 4 % between January, 1982 till June, 1986 has been 39 %(on average monthly exchange rates). Currencies of other countries floated over Pakistani rupee via international cross rates. However, the the main task of the GOP to maintian the Floating exchange rate of Pakistani Rupee over U.S dollar, with reference to an securing pool of currencies of Pakistan’s foremost trade partners. Since the rupee has to handle float, monetary authorities (the State Bank of Pakistan - SBP) in Pakistan have taken step in the foreign exchange market with unstable frequency in whichever given month. In this paper, we seek to investigate and assess the signiñcance of factors which prompt the SBP to announce changes in the rupee pańty rate (i.e., shortrun movements in the nominal exchange rate). We, then, attempt to identify economic indicators, which in the long run critically affect the movements in the rupee pańty rate. The approach adopted is unconventional inasmuch as instead of constructing a partial or a general equilibrium model for the optimal currency peg, in the context of the LDCs [Williamson (1982)], we try to ‘guess’ the actual rule of the nominal rupee exchange rate management by the SBP (AHMED, 1992).
More specifically, we focus on the importance of exchange-rate movement before and during the contraction (Hjelm, 2002).
The factors influencing real exchange rate has been discussed in current era economic theories. There has been always a dispute between theories to how to manage real exchange rate for longer period. At any rate, there are two contrary conversations on the topic of "how to establish the long-term (RER) which do controvert each other, one of those being more conventional is "theory of purchasing power parity (PPP)" and the other one is Williamson’s (1983) juxtaposition theory on the topic of real exchange rate which anchors upon the significance of the fundamental equilibrium exchange rate (FEER). Although, there is no uniformity on the topic of "how to determine the real exchange rate", yet, the experimental studies conclude that the factor of proliferated exchange rate bears devastating impacts on futuristic economic growth (Nassif, Feijó & Araújo , 2011).
Thus, the chief insinuation in the theory of Mundel Fleming is that in the era of floating exchange rate and free capital mobility, the countries or regions having meager economy are confronted with the dilemma of more erratic variance in their nominal exchange rates. Without fear of contradiction, it may be opined that for the reason of varying nominal exchange rates in shorter terms in spite of the fact that, on the other hand nominal prices are comparatively static, it is believable that when we talk about the short-term, both, the nominal rates and the real exchange rates are interconnected with each other (Nassif et al, 2011)
Asiatic adversity was started by non public and not sovereign debts. Most of the debt was due to non public sector and financial institution, not governing authorities of countries. On the other hand in 80s and from 94 till 95 respectively countries in Africa and Mexican Region face crises because of non private sector (public). It has been sort out that; there are three reasons for economic crises.
The foreign exchange system crisis hit Asiatic nations have peg their currencies with dollar which was not suitable for monetary system and encouraged fund inflows without consider for lay on the line.
Open financial system: Favorable policies and administration of monetary bodies in affected countries were insufficient to handle currency tenure and variance.
Unwanted Distant Borrowing: The s Non public sector was in move to catch Fund Liberalization.
Haussmann et al. (1999) put forward two causes that limit the developing economies to move freely their trade rates.
East Asiatic nations are very much concern for the Inflation; therefore have or provide a constraints to exchange rates variability.
3rd world economies; due to huge fraction of debts is international money and most of them are for short period. A single devalue in currency without doubt harm Financial Institutions, and governing bodies of country and private sectors also that have foreign debt liabilities (Major, Vital, Castell, Latoja, Intal, 2005).
However, despite the perplexity, exponents are not reluctant to finalize their respective opinions. The sagacious evolution is on, economists are gradually learning from preceding monetary declines rectifying flaws in their ideas bit to bit flowing through customary prudence, replacement of redundant ones with the succeeding proven ones has been in progress through automation.; the recent transformation of previous economical views is also outcome of such automated fruition. There is no cavil to the statement that it is undoable for the living economists to make out novel economic ideology in isolation of conventional economic literature, hence, the prevailing principle remains "law of the excluded middle": Ostensibly, there isn’t any moderate exchange rate dominion which could be conducive for the under developed economies. The modern thinkers allege to have arrived at the conclusion that the only way is either Currency board or free floating, they tender are, allegedly, the only options. The reasoning behind this fashionable conclusion is plain logic i.e. in recent times, which ever country faced economic tumult, there has to be "adjustable or crawling peg" in vogue.
U.S dollar pegs (mainly foreign currency) are increasingly becoming famous in consequences of Asiatic nation Crises. This outcome will be valid if the monetary policy is more realistic strong over "Hard" Peg. If the governing authorities fail to build a credible monetary policy then they will most probably introduce it by pegging home currency to a hard-money currency. It’s the thing which Club-Med nation implemented peg to the DM, also Argentina attempt to dollar peg (Velasco, 2000).
This matter of exchange rate put forward by Dornbusch (1982) in regards country operating a simple strategy for exchange rate amendment in pegged-rate system. Consequent there upon, ideologically, it may be maintained that inflation comes in action when a government enhances programs to facilitate its masses at the most, such venture stretches to the divergence between inland and overseas price hike. The significance of this aspect fluctuates with the varying exchange rate regime, on experimental basis, an economy might advent to hinge upon pegging exchange rate in order to seize the "loss of monetary independence"; seemingly, such state of affairs is tantamount to an alarming hooter for OECD countries. Descending decline line leads to a justifiable inference that floating rates and inflation do co-exist and there is highest probability of inflation jolt (Bleaney, 2000).
An Argument between economists discussing over high level of exchange rate instability setting apart the economy of world. The movement of exchange rate has become highly volatile from experimental evidence take on daily basis or monthly basis. Hooper and Kohlhagen have stated; export has been decrease due to risk involve in exchange rate volatility. Use of forward markets could solve risk attached with short term investment and also for long term investment counter in discussion. As It has been found by De Grauwe and Skudelny after testing the information that instability in exchange rate has inverse effects on trade system of European Countries (EU) (Cho, Sheldon, & McCorriston, 2002).
The statistical result shown by Virmani (1991), Joshi and Little (1994), Srinivasan (1998) and Srinivasan and Wallack (2003) among others, that RER valuation had adverse affects India's trade (Veeramani, 2012).
Risk peg with floating Exchange rate has generally claimed to reduce the export of countries; like Hooper and Kohlhage Few more authors also have point out this diverse effect on trade by exchange rate instability. While presenting this study it if mandatory to explain clearly; short run and long run volatility. Interest lies in present research focuses on the relationship take place over economic growth due to insatbility of Exchange rate on Pakistani rupee (Cho, Sheldon, & McCorriston, 2002).
Statement of the Problem:
To study the Impact of Floating Exchange Rate on GDP.
Model/Framework to be used:
Exchange Rate System
Variable to be Studied:
Considering as base currency, as US $ is an international currency and used in trading in means of exchange currency.
Floating Exchange Rate
Proposed Research Hypothesis:
Ho: Floating Exchange Rate has Significant Impact on real GDP of country.
Sources of Information:
The sources of information for collection of date is through website of Sate Bank of Pakistan
Sampling Technique & Procedure:
Time Series Data of twenty (20) years.
A sample size of 20 years; though research will try to expand the research to 25 years.
Method of Data Collection & Procedure:
As information required for research is secondary data so website of Foreign Exchange Market and Sate Bank of Pakistan will be used for the collection of data even Sate Bank of Pakistan website will also be used for the collection of data for GDP.
Instrument/s of Data Collection:
No such instrument due the secondary source used to gather the in secondary information, data jot down from websites.
Statistical Tests to be used:
Simple linear Regression Analysis.
Possible Research Findings:
Consequence clarifies; due to Floating Exchange Rate System would affect the Real GDP. Though if we use flat rate system there would be a positive growth in economy.