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International Capital Flows

Martin Feldstein

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JEL-codes: F2 F3 G15 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1999
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Chapters in this book:

Introduction: International Capital Flows , pp 1-4 Downloads
Martin Feldstein
Capital Flows to Latin America , pp 5-56 Downloads
Sebastian Edwards, Francisco Gil Diaz and Arminio Fraga
Capital Flows to Eastern Europe , pp 57-110 Downloads
Hans Peter Lankes, Nicholas Stern, W Michael Blumenthal and Jiri Weigl
Capital Flows to East Asia , pp 111-190 Downloads
Takatoshi Ito, Kathryn Dominguez, Moeen Qureshi, Zhang Shengman and Masaru Yoshitomi
The Evolving Role of Banks in International Capital Flows , pp 191-234 Downloads
Bankim Chadha, David Folkerts-Landau, Mervyn A. King and Roberto G. Mendoza
The Role of Equity Markets in International Capital Flows , pp 235-306 Downloads
Linda Tesar, René Stulz, Stephen Friedman and George N. Hatsopoulos
The Role of Foreign Direct Investment in International Capital Flows , pp 307-362 Downloads
Robert Lipsey, Robert Feenstra, Carl H. Hahn and George N. Hatsopoulos
Risks to Lenders and Borrowers in International Capital Markets , pp 363-420 Downloads
Benjamin Hermalin, Andrew Rose, Peter Garber, Andrew Crockett and David W. Mullins, Jr
Currency Crises , pp 421-466 Downloads
Paul Krugman, Kenneth Rogoff, Stanley Fischer and William J. McDonough

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