Capital Flows and the International Financial Architecture

July 01, 1998

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Overview

This paper addresses the questions that arose out of the Asian financial crisis of 1997-1998, specifically whether or not financial liberality is inherently beneficial. Several notable scholars have studied the effects of liberalization on various economies, and here offer a detailed analysis of the issue.

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