Capital Account Liberalisation: Empirical Evidence and Policy Issues II
The short experience with liberalisation of capital inflows documented in this paper highlights the pressures of a capital surge upon domestic monetary management.It also reveals the additional constraint of fiscal- led monetary expansion in India,which are likely to be impediments to future liberalisaton.
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