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Capital Controls in Emerging Economies


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Dezember 1997

Beschreibung

Beschreibung

In this challenging volume, distinguished economists evaluate capital control and capital account liberalization choices facing policymakers in emerging market economies. These issues are explored within the context of economic efficiency, economic structure, and political consequences. Critically assessing traditional positions on the timing and degree of liberalization of trade and capital flows, the contributors also consider newer arguments from the fields of public choice, financial economics, and industrial organizations.


Inhaltsverzeichnis

* Introduction and Overview Christine P. Ries. * Orthodoxy Is Right: Liberalize the Capital Account Last John Williamson. * Reality and the Logic of Capital Flow Liberalization Manuel Guitin. * Preconditions for Liberalization of Capital Flows: A Review and Interpretation Clas Wihlborg and Kalman Dezseri. * The Information Costs of Capital Controls Richard J. Sweeney. * Currency Convertibility, Policy Credibility, and Capital Flight in Poland and the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic David G. Dickinson and Andrew W. Mullineux. * Capital Controls and Corporate Investment Behavior C. P. Ries. * Capital Account Liberalization and Policy Incentives: An Endogenous Policy View C. Wihlborg and Thomas D. Willett. * A Payments Mechanism for the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union Michael Dooley.

Portrait

Christine P. Ries is professor of economics and chair of the School of Economics, Ivan Allen College, Georgia Institute of Technology. Richard J. Sweeney is Sullivan/Dean Professor of International Finance at Georgetown School of Business, Georgetown University. Christine P. Ries is professor of economics and chair of the School of Economics, Ivan Allen College, Georgia Institute of Technology. Richard J. Sweeney is Sullivan/Dean Professor of International Finance at Georgetown School of Business, Georgetown University.
EAN: 9780813336558
ISBN: 0813336554
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: WESTVIEW PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 1997
Seitenanzahl: 180 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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