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  • Philip R. Lane
  • Gian-Maria Milesi-Ferretti

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Recent years have witnessed a change in the composition of capital flows to developing countries, and FDI and equity flows have been playing an increasing role. In this paper we discuss the challenges for international macroeconomics that these developments pose and characterize stylized facts associated with the structure of external liabilities in developing countries, focusing in particular on FDI and equity stocks.

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Paper provided by International Monetary Fund in its series IMF Working Papers with number 00/152.

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Length: 33
Date of creation: 01 Aug 2000
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Handle: RePEc:imf:imfwpa:00/152

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Keywords: Capital flows; Foreign investment; External debt; fdi; international capital flows; direct investment; capital structure; foreign direct investment; industrial countries; capital inflows; international capital; stock market; equity flows; stock market capitalization; external capital; capital markets; net foreign assets; foreign assets; foreign exchange; foreign investors; private capital; external financing; private capital inflows; international capital markets; international investment; moral hazard; equity investment; domestic capital; net foreign asset; equity finance; foreign asset; net foreign asset position; private capital markets; international capital flow; capital account liberalization; foreign asset position; equity inflows; capital market; capital mobility; private capital flows; equity financing; access to private capital markets; private investors; foreign investor; capital repatriation; overseas investors; industrial economies; determinants of capital flows; international trade; capital flow; capital income taxation; net foreign asset positions; foreign relations; official flows; foreign asset positions; international lending; current account balance; security markets; market size; international investments; capital controls; host country; domestic capital market; foreign currency; credit rationing; capital account transactions; domestic capital markets; capital gains; capital income;

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