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Most of the emerging market economy in 90s faced to grave crisis. After these crises, the monetary policies of emerging market economies gave up to use exchange rates as an anchor. For such markets inflation targeting became a new policy. Exchange rates' overshooting effects in the markets and consequential troubles are important causes of these political changes. The study aims at comparatively measuring the pass through impacts of exchange rates to the prices in Asia Pacific, Latin (South)doi:10.1016/s2212-5671(16)30215-5 fatcat:lszpunckkrfihksyuxnwu4tdzy