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Perspectives on international financial liberalization

Author: Manuel Agosin; Isabelle Grunberg; United Nations Development Programme. Office of Development Studies.; et al
Publisher: New York : United Nations Development Programme, Bureau for Development Policy, Office of Development Studies, ©1998.
Series: Discussion paper series (United Nations Development Programme. Office of Development Studies), 15.
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Perspectives on international financial liberalization.
New York : United Nations Development Programme, Bureau for Development Policy, Office of Development Studies, c1998
(OCoLC)647439904
Material Type: Government publication, International government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Manuel Agosin; Isabelle Grunberg; United Nations Development Programme. Office of Development Studies.; et al
OCLC Number: 39891513
Notes: "Responses to Discussion Paper 12: International financial liberalization by John Eatwell"--Cover.
Description: viii, 68 p. : ports. ; 23 cm.
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.
Series Title: Discussion paper series (United Nations Development Programme. Office of Development Studies), 15.
Responsibility: Manuel R. Agosin ... [et al.] ; edited by Isabelle Grunberg.

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