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Quels régimes de change pour les marchés émergents ? Les solutions de coins en question

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Les crises de change des années 90 se sont produites dans un contexte d'intégration financière internationale croissante. Elles ont relancé le débat relatif au choix du régime de change. Le triangle éternel de Krugman (1998) permet de comprendre les termes de ce débat. Ce triangle représente les trois attributs du système monétaire international, à savoir l'ajustement, la confiance et la liquidité.

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  • Jean-Pierre Allegret, 2007. "Quels régimes de change pour les marchés émergents ? Les solutions de coins en question," Post-Print halshs-00258333, HAL.
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