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Brookings Trade Forum, 2002

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  • ISBN-13: 9780815712855
  • ISBN: 0815712855
  • Publisher: Brookings Institution Press

AUTHOR

Collins, Susan M., Rodrik, Dani

SUMMARY

Currency crises are extremely perplexing problems, initially erupting in a country's financial markets and spreading throughout a country's economy and beyond -- often with devastating consequences for real economic activity. Experts on the two most recent crises -- in Argentina and Turkey -- together with others who have studied currency crises more broadly, examine why such crises continue to erupt and how to mitigate their impact, possibly preventing additional crises in the future. Argentina's Avoidable Crisis: Bad Luck, Bad Economics, Bad Politics, Bad Advice Andrew Powell, Universidad Torcuato di Tella Hard Money's Soft Underbelly: Understanding the Argentine Crisis Ricardo Hausmann, Harvard University Andris Velasco, Harvard University Banking Sector Fragility and Turkey's 200001 Financial Crisis Fatih Vzatay, Merkez Bankasi G]ven Sak, Merkez Bankasi Panel: Lessons of Recent Currency Crises Morris Goldstein, Institute for International Economics Currency Crises: A Practitioner's View Jose Luis Machinea, Inter-American Development Bank Does East Asia Need a New Development Paradigm? Yung Chul Park, Korea University Currency crises are extremely perplexing problems, initially erupting in a country's financial markets and spreading throughout a country's economy and beyond -- often with devastating consequences for real economic activity. Experts on the two most recent crises -- in Argentina and Turkey -- together with others who have studied currency crises more broadly, examine why such crises continue to erupt and how to mitigate their impact, possibly preventing additional crises in the future. Argentina's Avoidable Crisis: Bad Luck, Bad Economics, Bad Politics, Bad AdviceAndrew Powell, Universidad Torcuato di Tella Hard Money's Soft Underbelly: Understanding the Argentine Crisis Ricardo Hausmann, Harvard University Andris Velasco, Harvard University Banking Sector Fragility and Turkey's 200001 FiCollins, Susan M. is the author of 'Brookings Trade Forum, 2002' with ISBN 9780815712855 and ISBN 0815712855.

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