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Capital inflow reversals, banking stability, and prudential regulation in Central and Eastern Europe (English)

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The authors show that capital inflows into the countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE)--inflows that are mainly private, debt-driven, and increasingly supplied by banks on a shortening maturity--are especially vulnerable to reversals. They show ...  See More +

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  • Talley, Samuel; Giugale, Marcelo M.; Polastri, Rossana; Talley, Samuel*Giugale, Marcelo M.*Polastri, Rossana;
  • 1998/12/31
  • Policy Research Working Paper;
  • WPS2023
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  • North MacedoniaRomaniaSloveniaSlovak RepublicPolandHungaryCroatiaCzech RepublicBulgariaAlbania
  • Europe and Central Asia
  • 2010/07/01
  • Capital inflow reversals, banking stability, and prudential regulation in Central and Eastern Europe
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