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Reference no. 9-796-129
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 1996
Version: 22 February 2002
Length: 11 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

Presents some data showing the magnitude, direction, and composition of capital flows to less developed countries (the so-called emerging markets) in the period 1990-95. Some potential explanations for these flows are discussed. A number of policy responses to the scale of the flows are offered.; Offers conceptual material to address policy issues concerning capital flows.

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Abstract

Presents some data showing the magnitude, direction, and composition of capital flows to less developed countries (the so-called emerging markets) in the period 1990-95. Some potential explanations for these flows are discussed. A number of policy responses to the scale of the flows are offered.; Offers conceptual material to address policy issues concerning capital flows.

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