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Liberalization and financial crisis in Uruguay (1974-1987)

International Monetary Fund.

Liberalization and financial crisis in Uruguay (1974-1987)

by International Monetary Fund.

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Published by International Monetary Fund, Central Banking Department in [Washington] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Juan Pérez-Campanero and Alfredo M. Leone ; authorized for distribution by V. Sundararajan.
SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/91/30
ContributionsLeone, Alfredo M., Pérez-Campanero, Juan., International Monetary Fund. Central Banking Dept.
The Physical Object
Pagination78 p. --
Number of Pages78
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18278025M

sectoral responses to liberalization and crisis are the norm. At first glance, the experience of Mexico, a prominent liberalizer, chal- lenges the argument that liberalization promotes growth. Financial Liberalization The financial repression that prevailed in develop-ing and transition countries in the s and s reflected a mix of state-led development, national-ism, populism, politics, and finan-cial File Size: KB.

The Korean financial crisis of onset, turnaround, and thereafter (English) Abstract. This book chronicles how Korea dealt with and overcame the crisis over time. The book is organized into eleven chapters. Chapter one outlines the troubling financial market conditions at home and abroad before the crisis Cited by: 9. Africa’s financial systems have progressed over the past 20 years. Yet liberalization, privatization, and stabilization has yet to translate into more accessible financial services, especially credit, that .

The financial crisis that hit a number of 'miracle' economies of Asia in shocked the world. Financial Liberalization and the Asian Crisis rejects conventional explanations of the crisis as the . In this book, she turns her attention to the central asymmetry of the world financial system: rich countries retain the privilege of managing their economies, while poor countries, having liberalized their financial markets prematurely, remain hostage to volatile capital flows, and when the inevitable crisis strikes, have to succumb to ill-fitting arrangements designed for them by the International Monetary Fund.


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The financial system in Uruguay underwent a serious crisis beginning inwhich resulted in the failure of many banks and to a major restructuring of the financial system. This paper examines the causes and consequences of this crisis, exploring the relationship between developments in the financial.

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Liberalization and Financial Crisis in Uruguay (). [Alfredo Mario Leone; Juan Pérez-Campanero; International Monetary Fund.] -- The financial system in Uruguay underwent a serious crisis beginning inwhich resulted in the failure of many banks and to a major restructuring of the financial system.

Liberalization and Financial Crisis in Uruguay () By Alfredo Mario Leone and Juan Pérez-Campanero. Abstract. The financial system in Uruguay underwent a serious crisis beginning inwhich resulted in the failure of many banks and to a major restructuring of the financial Author: Alfredo Mario Leone and Juan Pérez-Campanero.

This paper is part of research in progress at the World Bank under RPO"Liberalization and Stabilization in the Southern Cone." The authors are grateful to John Cuddington, Sebastian Edwards.

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financial liberalization with poor transparency may lead to financial crisis and discusses some policy implications. Section 4 presents empirical evidence in support of the model. Introduction. The literature on financial liberalization and growth generally concludes that liberalization strengthens financial development and contributes to higher long-run growth (Henry,Bekaert et al., ).

1 But the main debate on financial liberalization focuses on its potential negative effects on financial ial liberalization Cited by: Book Description.

Originally published inFinancial Market Liberalization in Chile,analyses the liberalization of the financial market which took place during the monetarist experiment. The book. They analyze the impact of the agreement, and of the Asian financial crisis, on the state of liberalization and market opening in several important emerging-market economies—including a summary of the remaining obstacles to establishing efficient and open financial sectors.

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