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Private inflows when crises are anticipated

Dooley, Michael P.

Private inflows when crises are anticipated

a case study of Korea

by Dooley, Michael P.

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Investments, Foreign -- Korea (South).,
  • Bank investments -- Korea (South).,
  • Banks and banking -- Deregulation -- Korea (South),
  • Financial crises -- Korea (South).

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichael P. Dooley, Inseok Shin.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 7992, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 7992.
    ContributionsShin, Inseok., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33, [23] p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22410836M

      The Best Books on the Financial Crisis. Feb. 14, AM ET. by: Michael Shulman By far the most powerful book on the crisis because . Asian financial crisis. Gross capital inflows to these economies had reached $ billion by —from slightly over $ billion in In the s and early s bank loans and foreign direct investment (FDI) were the primary source of capital flows into emerging East Asia, accounting for more than half of all private capital by: “Why are currency crises often accompanied by banking crises? Discuss with examples the effectiveness and desirability of capital controls as a means by which developing countries can manage sudden capital inflows and/or outflows.” Introduction The adverse economic effects of currency and banking crises are significant (Hutchison & Noy ). decrease in private external capital flows to some developing countries in the region. Net private foreign bank lending and portfolio equity investment were estimated to have turned negative in for the group of countries most affected by the crisis: Indonesia, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand (figure 1).File Size: KB.


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Private inflows when crises are anticipated. Cambridge, MA.: National Bureau of Economic Research, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Michael P Dooley; Inseok Shin; National Bureau of Economic Research.

Get this from a library. Private inflows when crises are anticipated: a case study of Korea. [Michael P Dooley; Inseok Shin; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: Models of financial crises based on distortions in capital markets have strong implications for the behavior of investors leading up to crises.

In this paper we evaluate the hypothesis that. Private Inflows when Crises are Anticipated: A Case Study of Korea Michael P. Dooley, Inseok Shin. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):International Finance and Macroeconomics Models of financial crises based on distortions in capital markets have strong implications for the behavior of investors leading up to crises.

Downloadable. Comment: Michael Dooley and Inseok Shin make a compelling case that the Korean financial crisis of was not the consequence of a misaligned exchange rate and external imbalance, nor was it the classic first-generation credit-financed fiscal deficit stressed by Krugman ().

The authors also cast doubt on explanations of the Korean crisis that rely exclusively on a. Comment: Michael Dooley and Private inflows when crises are anticipated book Shin make a compelling case that the Korean financial crisis of was not the consequence of a misaligned exchange rate and external imbalance, nor was it the classic first-generation credit-financed fiscal deficit stressed by Krugman ().

The authors also cast doubt on explanations of the Korean crisis that rely exclusively on a liquiditycrisis/banking. Comment: Private inflows when crises are anticipated: a case study of Korea Article (PDF Available) in Symposium November with 11 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Capital Flows and Crises in Emerging Markets. Michael P. Dooley. Private capital flows to developing countries have been characterized by surges of inflows followed by financial crises. Explanations for this volatility can be found in the behavior and expectations of investors.

However, the challenge is to look for less obvious explanations. International capital inflows, domestic financial intermediation, and financial crises under imperfect information Menzie D. Chinn and Kenneth M. Kletzer; Discussion Roberto Chang; 7.

Private inflows when crises are anticipated: a case study of Korea Michael P. Dooley and Inseok Shin; Discussion Carmen M. Reinhart; Part : Reuven Glick. private capital inflows across a large group of emerging and advanced economies.

In particular, we identify episodes of large net private capital inflows to 52 countries over – Episodes of large capital inflows are often associated with real exchange rate appreciations and deteriorating current account Size: KB.

There is no universally accepted definition of a currency crisis, but most would agree that they all involve one key element: investors fleeing a currency en masse out of fear that it might be devalued, in turn fueling the very devaluation they anticipated.

Although such crises—the Latin American debt crisis of the s, the speculations on European currencies in the early s, and the. In a recent paper, Megumi Kubota and I synthesized both strands of the empirical literature and examine whether gross private inflows can predict the incidence of credit booms — and, especially, those financial booms that end up in a systemic banking crises.

1 More specifically, our paper finds that surges gross private capital inflows can. Lessons and Controversies From Financial Crises in the s S ince financial markets came into being, financial crises have been their costly companions (Kindle-berger ).

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Inflows to emerging markets hit a record of $ trillion in and declined to $ trillion in inaccording to the Institute of International Finance (IIF), representing the reversal of.

This book looks at numerous financial crises, beginning with Mexico in –5, the Asian crisis of –8, and the crises in Russia, Brazil, and other Latin American countries in –9. Such contemporary crises illustrate the risks of financial volatility and macroeconomic instability during the process of economic growth and development.

external crises and in a reversal of market-oriented reforms. As a result, some authors have argued that capital controls should be lifted only at the end of a reform effort (McKinnon ).’ The recent experiences on the part of emerging markets of large private inflows have generated a Author: Sebastian Edwards.

Is the Debt Crisis History. Recent Private Capital Inflows to Developing Countries Michael Dooley, Eduardo Fernandez-Arias, and Kenneth Kletzer The outlook for economic development for an important group of middle-income countries has once again been buoyed by.

"Crisis Investing for the Rest of the '90's" by Douglas Casey is a bit of an enigma. Where he was wrong, he was extremely wrong.

For example, on page he predicts of the s, "This decade should see the final bull market in gold, with a total restructuring of the world's financial system."4/5(13).

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Although such crises—the Latin American debt crisis of the s, the speculations on European currencies in the early s, and the ensuing Mexican, South American, and Asian crises—have played a central role in world affairs and continue to occur at an alarming rate, many questions about their causes and effects remain to be : crises since the mids.2 Each of these countries had very different methods in which they absorbed the large increases in capital inflows.

Palma convincingly shows that large capital inflows are the key to explaining financial crises in all these countries despite these different absorption methods.

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Financial Crises: Causes, Consequences, and Policy Responses - Kindle edition by Claessens, Stijn, Kose, M. Ayhan, Laeven, Luc, Valencia, Fabián, International Monetary Fund. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Financial Crises: Causes, Consequences, and Policy by:   The outlook for economic development for an important group of middle-income countries has once again been buoyed by substantial private capital inflows in the s.

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Because they misdiagnosed the sickness, they administered the wrong medicine, and advanced economies have struggled to achieve strong, inclusive growth ever since.

Capital Inflows Over the past several decades, the hundreds of billions of dollars of foreign capital that has been invested in the United States have been of tremendous benefit to the U.S.

economy, strengthening the dollar, and helping to bring down interest rates by increasing the supply of capital for loans to business and individuals.

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Similarly, a 15% of GDP rise in private debt doubled the probability of a bank crisis to % if there were no accumulation, and of a currency crisis to % from %.

(For earlier analyses of the impact of external debt on the occurrence of bank crises see here and here.). "On Capital Inflows, Liquidity and Bubbles," manuscript "The Labor Market Consequences of Financial Crises With or Without Inflation: Jobless and Wageless Recoveries" (with Fabrizio Coricelli and Pablo Ottonello) NBER Working Paper A decade has passed since the onset of the turmoil in that escalated into the global financial crisis.

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