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Banking crises in emerging economies : origins and policy options

Author: Morris Goldstein; Philip Turner
Publisher: Basle : Bank for International Settlements, Monetary and Economic Dept., [©1996]
Series: BIS economic papers, no. 46.
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This paper therefore discusses the factors responsible for banking problems in developing countries and the policy options that are available for reducing the frequency and severity of these crises. The paper does not address the question of financial fragility more generally; in addition, it concentrates on issues of crisis prevention rather than those of crisis management and bank restructuring. Most of the
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Goldstein, Morris, 1944-
Banking crises in emerging economies.
Basle : Bank for International Settlements, Monetary and Economic Dept., [c1996]
(OCoLC)647069901
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Morris Goldstein; Philip Turner
ISBN: 9291310441 9789291310449
OCLC Number: 35988271
Notes: "October 1996."
Description: 72 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Series Title: BIS economic papers, no. 46.
Responsibility: by Morris Goldstein and Philip Turner.

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This paper therefore discusses the factors responsible for banking problems in developing countries and the policy options that are available for reducing the frequency and severity of these crises. The paper does not address the question of financial fragility more generally; in addition, it concentrates on issues of crisis prevention rather than those of crisis management and bank restructuring. Most of the examples are drawn from the experience of the emerging economies rather than from either the transition economies or the low-income developing countries.

The paper is structured as follows. The next section takes up the origin of banking crises in emerging countries, focusing on eight general policy prescriptions that have often been proposed to deal with each of these problems. Examples of recent reforms in some emerging economies are also discussed. Some brief concluding remarks follow in a final section.

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