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How Sustainable are Global Imbalances?

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  • Hickey, Ronan

    (Central Bank of Ireland)

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    Global economic imbalances have continued to widen in recent years, reaching unprecedented levels, and are now one of the major issues in international economics.

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    Article provided by Central Bank of Ireland in its journal Quarterly Bulletin Articles.

    Volume (Year): (2007)
    Issue (Month): (October)
    Pages: 85-119

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    Handle: RePEc:cbi:qtbart:y:2007:m:10:p:85-119

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