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Finance & Development, September 1999
- Reforming the International Financial Architecture
- The Case Against Benign Neglect of Exchange Rate Stability
- Moderating Fluctuations in Capital Flows to Emerging Market Economies
- Capital Flow Reversals, the Exchange Rate Debate, and Dollarization
- Is Greater Private Sector Burden Sharing Impossible?
- Guest Article: Evolving Cooperation and Coordination in Financial Market Surveillance
- Guest Article: The IMF and the Lender-of-Last-Resort Function An External View
- Large Capital Flows Causes, Consequences, and Policy Responses
- Guest Article: Incomes Policy, Equity Issues, and Poverty Reduction in Transition Economies
- The Role of the Currency Board in Bulgaria’s Stabilization
- Do Commodity Price Shocks Last Too Long for Stabilization Schemes to Work?
- The Asian Financial Crisis What Have We Learned?
- Impact of Asia’s Financial Crisis on Cambodia and the Lao PDR
- The Chinese State as Corporate Shareholder
- Corporate Balance Sheets and Macroeconomic Policy