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The Financial Crisis, Rethinking of the Global Financial Architecture, and the Trilemma

  • Joshua Aizenman
  • Menzie D. Chinna

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  • Hiro Ito

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This paper extends their previous paper (Aizenman, Chinn, and Ito 2008) and explores some of the unexplored questions. First, they examine the channels through which the trilemma policy configurations affect output volatility. Secondly, they investigate how trilemma policy configurations affect the output performance of the economies under severe crisis situations. Thirdly, they look into how trilemma configurations have evolved in the aftermath of economic crises in the past. They find that trilemma policy configurations and external finances affect output volatility mainly through the investment channel. [ADBI Working Paper 213]

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