Can we create a stable international financial environment that ensures net resource transfers to developing countries?
AbstractThe response to increasingly frequent financial crises has concentrated on the governance of financial institutions and markets through the introduction of best practice norms to make them more robust. However, this approach may simply repeat the financial history of persistent crisis if Hyman Minsky's idea that financial crises are endemic and endogenous to the system is correct. This paper suggests an alternative balance sheet management approach to improve financial stability of developing countries recipient of large capital inflows.
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Volume (Year): 26 (2004)
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