Final version 11/28/03 Argentina: macroeconomic performance and crisisFinal version 11/28/03 Argentina: macroeconomic performance and crisis
We assert that the Argentine experience in the nineties is similar to other la cases of trade and financial liberalization and opening leading to crisis
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Table of Contents Events Leading to Crisis 2Table of Contents Events Leading to Crisis 2
Even though Argentina’s economy did not fall into crisis until 2000, the events of the 1990’s will be discussed. The government’s actions during these times contributed to Argentina’s fall in the year 2000
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Red de bibliotecas virtuales de ciencias sociales de america latina y el caribe, de la red de centros miembros de clacsoRed de bibliotecas virtuales de ciencias sociales de america latina y el caribe, de la red de centros miembros de clacso
Frenkel, Roberto. New prospects for latin american development. Cedes, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1994
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World day of prayerWorld day of prayer
The first seven towns are worth mentioning: Nuestra Señora de la Asunción de Baracoa (1511), San Salvador de Bayamo (1513), La Santísima Trinidad (1514), Santa María del Puerto Príncipe, in Camagüey
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The financial sector post-crisisThe financial sector post-crisis
The author thanks Jerry Caprio and Patrick Honohan for comments and Ying Lin and Roman Didenko for their excellent assistance
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Guide to accompanyGuide to accompany
Economic Development provided such reproduction bears copyright notice, but may not be reproduced in any other form without prior written consent of E
Guide 456.33 Kb. 7
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Trade policy reviewTrade policy review
Note: This report is subject to restricted circulation and press embargo until the end of the meeting of the Trade Policy Review Body on Egypt
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Lecture notesLecture notes
The contents or parts thereof, may be reproduced in print form solely for classroom use with development economics
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Estimates and Causes of Capital Flight from Central and East European CountriesEstimates and Causes of Capital Flight from Central and East European Countries
Our empirical results are thus consistent with the mainstream explanations of capital flight and they mirror results obtained for other countries and time periods
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And debt reliefAnd debt relief
African continent. Moreover, these events have also prevented independence and the promotion of self-determination from developing in most African nations
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