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Online Appendix to "Risky Banks and Macro-Prudential Policy for Emerging Economies"

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  • Gabriel Cuadra

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  • Victoria Nuguer

    (Inter-American Development Bank)

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Online appendix for the Review of Economic Dynamics article

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  • Gabriel Cuadra & Victoria Nuguer, 2018. "Online Appendix to "Risky Banks and Macro-Prudential Policy for Emerging Economies"," Online Appendices 15-242, Review of Economic Dynamics.
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