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Perspectives on International Financial Liberalization

Manuel R. Agosin ... [et al.] ; edited by Isabelle Grunberg
Format
Book; Government Document
Published
New York : United Nations Development Programme, Bureau for Development Policy, Office of Development Studies, c1998.
Language
English
Series
Discussion Paper Series / United Nations Development Programme, Office of Development Studies
Discussion Paper Series (United Nations Development Programme. Office of Development Studies)
Contents
  • Liberalize, but discourage short-term flows / Manuel R. Agosin
  • In Africa, use inflows to diversify the export base / Louis Kasekende
  • Morocco and Tunisia : offsetting the decline of aid / Mohamed El Hedi Lahouel
  • Liberalize to attract capital flows / Mark Mobius
  • Strengthen institutions for domestic markets / Ajay Shah and Susan Thomas
  • India : liberalization with a roadmap / S. S. Tarapore
  • Myth of the all-powerful financial markets / Eric Helleiner
  • Rapid deregulation led to the Korean crisis / Alice H. Amsden and Yoon-Dae Euh
  • Capital controls protected China from the crisis / Anne Depaulis
  • Liberalization has served Southeast Asia well / Linda Lim
  • Beware the 'overborrowing syndrome' / Ronald McKinnon
  • A rejoinder / John Eatwell.
Description
viii, 68 p. : ports. ; 23 cm.
Notes
  • "Responses to Discussion paper 12, International financial liberalization by John Eatwell"--Cover.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Series Statement
Discussion paper series / United Nations Development Programme, Office of Development Studies ; 15
Discussion paper series (United Nations Development Programme. Office of Development Studies) ; 15
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