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Wanted: World Financial Stability



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CODE: B-121
EDITOR(s): Fernández-Arias, Eduardo , Hausmann, Ricardo
PUBLISHED: December 2000
LANGUAGE: English
RELATED TOPICS: Finance
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Abstract:

Financial turmoil has gone global, affecting nearly every emerging market through contagion. What are the roots of this turmoil, how does it spread, and what should be done nationally and internationally? Wanted:World Financial Stability tries to answer these questions and chronicles the progress in collective thinking on this troubling phenomenon.

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