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Le FMI et la gestion des flux de capitaux : la longue route vers une approche pragmatique

  • RAMOS-TALLADA, J.

La doctrine traditionnellement « orthodoxe » du FMI sur la libéralisation et la gestion des mouvements de capitaux a progressivement évolué vers une approche qui se veut plus pragmatique et attentive aux préoccupations des pays récipiendaires. Davantage fondée sur la recherche empirique et sur l’expérience des crises, l’approche récente reflète un consensus international croissant au sein du G20.

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Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 192 ()
Pages: 95-110

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