International Initiatives to Bring Stability to Financial Integration
AbstractFinancial liberalization and integration have generated disappointing results. They were supposed to set up a win-win situation: capital would flow from capital-abundant, low-return, aging industrial countries to capital-scarce, high-return, young emerging countries. Growth in receiving countries would accelerate and both giver and receiver would be happier, while everyone`s diversification opportunities improved. As a bonus, emerging market policymakers would be disciplined by losing access to a captive local financial market.
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- Eduardo Fernández-Arias & Ricardo Hausmann, 1999. "International Initiatives to Bring Stability to Financial Integration," IDB Publications 6454, Inter-American Development Bank.
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