- Money in the New Millennium: The Global Financial Architecture. Dorn, James A. // CATO Journal;Winter99, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p311
Introduces series of articles on global financial architecture. Focus of the debate over global financial architecture; Overview of the paper by Lawrence Summer, deputy secretary of the United States Treasury; Monetary institutions and incentives.
- Is there adequate growth of international liquidity? Horne, J. Paul // Business Economics;Jul96, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p11
Asserts that current international liquidity appears to be adequate to finance both trade and investment without major distortions. World savings pattern; Users of capital; Balance of payments performance; Deficits, debts and pension problems of countries belonging to the Organization for...
- INTRODUCTION: Capital Movements. // Treasury Bulletin;Mar2003, p64
Focuses on the portfolio capital movements between the U.S. and foreigners as of December 2002. Liabilities to foreigners reported by U.S. banks; Claims on foreigners reported by U.S. banks and other depository institutions; Dollar liabilities to, and dollar claims on countries not listed...
- Capital flow reversals, the exchange rate debate, and dollarization. Calvo, Guillermo A.; Reinhart, Carmen M. // Finance & Development;Sep99, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p13
Discusses the means taken by emerging market economies to be less vulnerable to sudden stops in capital flows during crises. Effects of sudden stops in capital inflows to the financial sector; Role of capital controls; Effect of sterilized intervention policies during the capital inflow period;...
- Global boom and bust? Samuelson, Robert J. // Newsweek;11/10/1997, Vol. 130 Issue 19, p35
Argues that international movements of investment funds are the Achilles heel of the world economy. How booms and busts are caused by shifting of funds from country to country; Impact of global mutual funds; Possibility that the current crisis in Asia could spread beyond that area.
- China and India: Any difference in their FDI performances? Wei, Wenhui // Journal of Asian Economics;Aug2005, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p719
Abstract: This study aims to explore the determinants of inward FDI in China and India and the causes for their huge difference. I first used random-effect models to analyze separately the determinants of FDI from OECD countries in China and India, and then applied the Oaxaca-Blinder...
- IIF's Cautious Optimism: More Capital Flows to EM in 2002. S.H. // High Yield Report;2/4/2002, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p1
Focuses on the annual report of the Institute of International Finance regarding capital flows. Anticipation of the growth of capital flows in 2002; Factors affecting the decline of capital flows; Approached used by investors in the emerging markets asset.
- THE CONTROLLED FLOAT: EXCHANGE MARKET ADJUSTMENTS. Carbaugh, Robert J. // Nebraska Journal of Economics & Business;Summer75, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p53
Analyzes the nature, need for and effects of controlled floating exchange rates. Effects on global monetary stability, trade balances and capital flows; Evaluation of the role of controlled float on the international monetary system; Basic purpose of a controlled floating system.
- Today's Global Capital War. Zoakos, Criton M. // International Economy;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p6
Analyzes global financial market developments resulting from the protracted struggle among central banks to influence international capital flows. Operative policies of central banks; Drawbacks of using conventional models to study market behavior; Impact of the struggle on the investment...