Market Reforms And The Limitations Of Monetary Policy: The Case Of Colombia
In the early 1990s, Colombia moved rapidly to reform its economy including a dramatic opening to foreing trade and capital. This study shows that as a result of this opening, the Colombian economy has become much more economically integrated with that of the rest of Latin America, especially Venezuela and Ecuador.
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