Finance and Convergence; What’s Ahead for Emerging Europe?
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KeywordsCapital flows; Current account balances; Emerging markets; Financial risk; Financial systems; International finance; convergence; general equilibrium; capital inflows; capital markets; nontradable goods; current account deficits; current account deficit;
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