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IMF-Supported Programs in Capital Account Crises

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  • Ales Bulir
  • Marianne Schulze-Gattas
  • Atish R. Ghosh
  • Alex Mourmouras
  • A. Javier Hamann
  • Timothy D. Lane

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Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Occasional Papers with number 210.

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Length: 94
Date of creation: 06 Feb 2002
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Handle: RePEc:imf:imfocp:210

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Keywords: Capital flows; Financial sector; capital outflows; current account; private capital flows; capital inflows; central bank; aggregate supply; private capital; public debt; external debt; crisis countries; aggregate demand; capital account crises; short-term debt; fiscal adjustment; capital markets; current account adjustment; fiscal policy; current account deficit; current account deficits; capital controls; currency crises; consumer price index; public finances; debt ratio; international capital markets; balance of payments; debt dynamics; currency board; currency crisis; moral hazard; private capital inflows; reserve assets; public sector debt; balance of payment; fiscal impulse; international capital; current account balance; domestic currency; fiscal targets; fiscal stance; public sector borrowing; capital account liberalization; current account adjustments; social safety nets; domestic credit; access to international capital; access to international capital markets; stock market; debt restructuring; current account balances; inflation rate; central banks; real appreciation; fiscal consolidation; capital account; external financing; capital outflow; capital mobility; government debt; capital adequacy; credit rationing; long-term debt; fiscal balance; fiscal plans; real effective exchange rate; speculative attacks; private banks; stock of debt; fiscal impulses; fiscal issues; fiscal position; private flows; debt ratios; external obligations; debt management; total external debt; debt servicing; current accounts; foreign debt; private external debt; external funding; foreign borrowing; domestic debt; access to capital markets; global capital markets; investment spending; debt conversion; swift; foreign capital; debt management strategy; capital movements; capital market; private creditors; investor confidence; current account surplus; speculative attack; public debt management; crisis prevention; working capital; capital?market; loss of confidence; equity securities; external borrowing; subsidiaries; fiscal tightening; fiscal deficit; fiscal balances; fiscal policies; fiscal target; fiscal deficits; fiscal stimulus; fiscal costs; fiscal positions; tight fiscal policy; private consumption; consumption demand; credit expansion; reserve accumulation; fiscal measures; tax increases; debt structure; budget constraint; fiscal responsibility; call money; forward markets; budgetary process; fiscal surplus; fiscal outcomes; human capital investment; discount rates; fiscal responsibility act; central government expenditure; budget balance; fiscal cost; international capital market; aggregate fiscal; fiscal sustainability; fiscal adjustments; fiscal squeeze; fiscal problems; budgetary discipline; government expenditure; fiscal losses; fiscal performance; fiscal burden; fiscal accounts; medium-term fiscal sustainability; flows of capital; guaranteed bonds; capital accounts; sovereign debt; domestic absorption; reserve bank; domestic saving; external public debt; balance?of?payments; currency debt; external liabilities; bond restructuring; hedge funds; foreign currency debt; external indebtedness; capital asset ratios; domestic public debt; private financing; private debt; government bond market; net debt; budget law; bilateral creditors; domestic bonds; domestic financing; globalization of capital markets; amortization payments; debt statistics; capital?market crises; heavily indebted countries; domestic currencies; indebted countries; private investors; currency mismatches; debt sustainability; external shocks; bond prices; external debt servicing; government deficit; domestic debt markets; short-term capital; private bank; sovereign bonds; sovereign bond; stockbrokers; external shock; debt data; domestic investors; bond issues; government securities; securities market; official creditors; capital account crisis; actual debt; current account positions;

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