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The Political Economy of Perverse Financial Liberalization: Examples from the Asian Crisis

  • Thomas D. Willett

    (Claremont McKenna College and Claremont Graduate University)

  • Nancy Neiman Auerbach

    (Scripps College)

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    9. Thomas D. Willett & Aida Budiman & Arthur Denzau & Gab-Je Jo & Cesar Ramos & John Thomas, 2001. "The Falsification of Four Popular Hypotheses about International Financial Behavior during the Asian Crisis," Claremont Colleges Working Papers 2001-06, Claremont Colleges, revised Sep 2001.
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