A translation method which provides comparability is easily found using the

interest rate parity principle.

interest rate parity provides an answer to the question of how to

This approach is similar in spirit to several studies that have examined the risk-premium explanation of deviations from

interest rate parity (see, e.g., Kaminsky and Peruga (1990), McCurdy and Morgan (1991), Chiang (1991), Korajczyk and Viallet (1992), Malliaropulos (1997), and Morley and Pentecost (1998)).

This model outlines the conditions which determine the net effect of the controls on the country's deviation from

interest rate parity. I then conduct an intervention analysis, as in Box and Tiao [1975], to investigate the effect of the imposition of Mexican capital controls of August 1982.

We first show analytically the forward rate and spot rate determination and the rationale for FUH under risk neutral assumption and

interest rate parity for buyers of forward currency.

Since it is found thus far that neither Purchasing Power Parity or

Interest Rate Parity alone or combined determines exchange rates, there are other variables that are unique in determining exchange rates for different countries.

First, we wanted to demonstrate that real

interest rate parity and the underlying parity conditions, uncovered interest parity, ex ante PPP, and the Fisher relation in each country, imply that, if any one of the variables is integrated of order one or I(1), then the four must share a single common trend if RIP is to be a valid long-run characterization of the data.

In the above equation the expectation about the expected exchange rate was based on

interest rate parity. Other studies employed purchasing power parity(Berk & Knot, 2001).

Real

interest rate parity is not suitable because an investor most likely will not compare the nominal returns from different countries in terms of the expected purchasing power over that country's goods.

We also categorize segmentation into "severe" or "mild" types, depending on whether uncovered

interest rate parity (UIRP) is violated or not.

When capital is perfectly mobile equation (7) becomes the familiar uncovered

interest rate parity condition.

Interest Rate Parity (IRP) shows a theoretical relationship existing between the short-term interest rates of two countries and foreign exchange rates, and it is an arbitrage condition that must hold when international financial markets are in equilibrium (Eun & Resnick, 2007).