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Emerging capital markets in turmoil : bad luck or bad policy

Author: Guillermo A Calvo
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2005.
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Analysis of financial crises in emerging market economies, including Mexico, Argentina, and Russia; traces the evolution of crisis theory and challenges the conventional wisdom.

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Calvo, Guillermo A.
Emerging capital markets in turmoil.
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2005
(OCoLC)647107633
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Guillermo A Calvo
ISBN: 0262033348 9780262033343
OCLC Number: 58998852
Description: xiii, 547 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Capital inflows and real exchange rate application in Latin America : the role of external factors (with Leonardo Leiderman and Carmen M. Reinhart) --
2. Capital inflows to Latin America : the 1970s and 1990s (with Leonardo Leiderman and Carmen M. Reinhart) --
3. Capital flows and macroeconomic management : Tequila lessons --
4. Petty crime and cruel punishment : lessons from the Mexican debacle (with Enrique G. Mendoza) --
5. Capital market contagion and recession : an explanation of the Russian virus --
6. Sudden stops, the real exchange rate, and fiscal sustainability : Argentina's lessons (with Alejandro Izquierdo and Ernesto Talvi) --
7. Varieties of capital-market crises --
8. Uncertain duration of reform : dynamic implications (with Allan Drazen) --
9. Capital flows and capital-market crises : the simple economics of sudden stops --
10. Rational contagion and the globalization of securities markets (with Enrique Mendoza) --
11. Balance-of-payments crises in emerging markets : large capital inflows and sovereign governments --
12. Contagion in emerging markets : when Wall Street is a carrier --
13. Explaining sudden stop, growth collapse, and BOP crisis : the case of distortionary output taxes --
14. Fixing for your life (with Carmen M. Reinhart) --
15. Capital markets and the exchange rate with special reference to the dollarization debate in Latin America --
16. Fear of floating (with Carmen M. Reinhart) --
17. The mirage of exchange rate regimes for emerging market countries (with Frederic S. Mishkin) --
18. Globalization hazard and delayed reform in emerging markets --
19. Sudden stop, contractionary devaluation, and time inconsistency.
Responsibility: Guillermo A. Calvo.

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