Liquidity Black Holes : And Why Modern Financial Regulation in Developed Countries is making Short-Term Capital Flows to Developing Countries Even More Volatile

Persaud, Avinash (2002). Liquidity Black Holes : And Why Modern Financial Regulation in Developed Countries is making Short-Term Capital Flows to Developing Countries Even More Volatile. UNU-WIDER.

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    Author Persaud, Avinash
    Title Liquidity Black Holes : And Why Modern Financial Regulation in Developed Countries is making Short-Term Capital Flows to Developing Countries Even More Volatile
    Volume/Issue No. 2002/31
    Publication Date 2002
    Place of Publication Helsinki
    Publisher UNU-WIDER
    Pages 15
    Language eng
    Abstract

    Modern financial regulation has been about the spread of market-sensitive risk-management systems for banks, the spill-over of this approach to other financial institutions and the retreat of regulatory ambition. There is evidence that these trends are le

    Keyword Capital investments
    Financial institutions
    International finance
    Copyright Holder UNU-WIDER
    Copyright Year 2002
    Copyright type Fair use permitted
    ISSN 16095774
    ISBN 9789291901852
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