How the full opening of the capital account to highly liquid financial markets led Latin America to two and a half cycles of ‘mania, panic and crash’
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KeywordsCauses of financial crisis; Latin America; East Asia; Financial liberalisation; Neo-liberal economic reforms; Systemic market failure; Keynes; Minsky; and Kindleberger;
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