Managing Capital Inflows: What Tools to Use?
AbstractA staff policy note on the above topic is under preparation, and the target delivery date is December 2010. The note will look at a number of issues, including: possible tensions between the prudential case for capital controls and the macroeconomic case; the role of capital controls and other prudential regulations in limiting the risks associated with the boom-bust cycle in capital flows (and the nature of policy prescriptions as a function of the underlying risks facing the economyâ€”credit risk, currency risk, excessive foreign borrowing either directly from abroad or by the banking systemâ€”and institutional/administrative constraints); and design of capital controls themselves (taxes, URRs, quantitative restrictions) as a function of country characteristics.
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