Liberalization and Primitivization
AbstractWe note the empirical regularity that market liberalizations cause an initial fall in output, efficiency and value-added. We account for these findings in a model where liberalizations increase systemic risk. We compare it to alternative explanations and discuss implications.
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Date of creation: 14 Sep 2005
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liberalization; output; uncertainty;
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