Policy Brief 14, December 2012
National Financial Policy in Developing Countries.
A fundamental question raised by recurrent financial crises in mature and emerging economies is how to ensure that the financial markets and institutions serve growth and development rather than being a constant source of instability and disruption in pursuit of self-interest.
This is not only a question of how best to regulate the existing institutions and markets, but also how to restructure and organise them.
This article was tagged: Balance of Payments (BOP), Capital Flows, Financial Crisis, Group of 20 (G-20), Industrialization, International Monetary Fund (IMF), Public Debt