Currency Crises: A Challenge to Economic Theory and Economic Policy
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- Peter Egger & Jan Stankovsky, 1998. "Far East Markets. Attractive for Austria in Spite of the Crisis," Austrian Economic Quarterly, WIFO, pages 191-207.
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KeywordsWährungskrisen – Herausforderung für Theorie und Politik; Currency Crises: A Challenge to Economic Theory and Economic Policy;
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