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Financial openness and national autonomy : opportunities and constraints

Author: Tariq Banuri; Juliet Schor; World Institute for Development Economics Research.
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1992.
Series: Studies in development economics.
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A study of the effect that internationalization and deregulation of financial markets has had on the ability of governments of developing countries to control their own fiscal and monetary policy.

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Financial openness and national autonomy.
Oxford : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1992
(OCoLC)646845337
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tariq Banuri; Juliet Schor; World Institute for Development Economics Research.
ISBN: 0198283644 9780198283645
OCLC Number: 24247482
Notes: "A study prepared for the World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER) of the United Nations University."
Description: xiii, 288 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Juliet B. Schor: Introduction; Part I: How has the World Changed?: Andrew D. Cosh, Alan Hughes, & Ajit Singh: Openness, financial innovation, changing patterns of ownership, and the structure of financial markets; Robert Zevin: Are world financial markets more open? If so, why and with what effects?; Part II. Why has the World Changed? Bankers and States: Robert Pringle: Financial markets versus governments; Andrew Glyn: Exchange controls and policy autonomy: The case of Australia, 1983-1988; Gerald A. Epstein & Juliet B. Schor: Structural determinants and economic effects of capital controls in OECD countries; Part III. Looking Ahead: Policy Behaviour in an Open World: Gerald A. Epstein & Herbert Gintis: International capital markets and the limits of national economic policy; Jaime Ros: Capital mobility and policy effectiveness under a credit run: The Mexican economy in the 1980s; Tariq Banuri: Black markets, openness, and Central Bank autonomy; References; Index.
Series Title: Studies in development economics.
Responsibility: edited by Tariq Banuri and Juliet B. Schor.
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