Capital Flow Reversals,the Exchange Rate Debate,and Dollarization
More frequent and increasingly severe crises are encouraging emerging market economies to seek means to make themselves less vulnerable to sudden stops in capital flows. Capital controls have been widely discussed, but dollarization may offer a longer-term and more market-friendly solution.
|Date of creation:||Sep 1999|
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|Publication status:||Published in Finance and Development 3.36(1999): pp. 13-15|
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