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LDC debt and exports

FRBSF Economic Letter

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LDC lending after the crisis

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Statement to Congress, June 18, 1986 (debt situation of developing countries)

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Aug

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Labor markets in turbulent times: some evidence from Mexico

Financial shocks increase the need to shift workers among employers, industries and occupations. These disruptions, in turn, can have adverse impacts on productivity.
Southwest Economy , Issue Sep , Pages 10-14

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Testing charter cities: Can new cities with better rules accelerate economic growth in Honduras and other developing nations?

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Econ Focus , Volume 16 , Issue 2Q/3Q , Pages 20-23

Working Paper
The impact of macroeconomic announcements on real time foreign exchange rates in emerging markets

This paper utilizes a unique high-frequency database to measure how exchange rates in nine emerging markets react to macroeconomic news in the U.S. and domestic economies from 2000 to 2006. We find that major U.S. macroeconomic news have a strong impact on the returns and volatilities of emerging market exchange rates, but many domestic news do not. Emerging market currencies have become more sensitive to U.S. news in recent years. We also find that market sentiment could sway the impact of news on these currencies systematically, as good (bad) news seems to matter more when optimism ...
International Finance Discussion Papers , Paper 973

Conference Paper
Trade, migration, and economic development: the risks and rewards of openness

This paper argues that openness to migration is heavily dependent upon (1) ideational and institutional factors, especially the willingness of states to guarantee a minimum basket of rights for migrants; (2) domestic political coalitions and alignments that are driven in part by factor proportions and intensities; and (3) the structure of the international system, including the presence or absence of international regimes. In contrast to transnational or globalization arguments about the weakening of state sovereignty, this paper offers evidence in support of a neoliberal argument that ...

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External debt and developing country growth

This paper examines the question of how the path of real GDP in four important Latin American countries, Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico, might have differed if the sharp run-up in borrowing during the late 1970s and early 1980s had not occurred. Specifically, we ask whether these countries are better off or worse off for having borrowed heavily prior to the debt crisis, and we attempt to gauge the extent to which they would have received greater benefits if policies that improve economic efficiency had been followed. A simple macroeconomic mode is developed, and the simulation results ...
International Finance Discussion Papers , Paper 352

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International payments imbalances of the East Asian developing economies

Conference Series ; [Proceedings] , Volume 32 , Pages 103-156

The road to recovery: Puerto Rico and the mainland

Remarks at E-3 Summit of the Americas: Export Trade Basics Forum 101, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Speech , Paper 50



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