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Currency Crises in Emerging-Market Economies: An Overview

  • Marek Dąbrowski

Abstract

While the most recent studies on currency crises have tended to concentrate on Latin America and Asia, the main objective of this chapter and the entire volume is to expand this analysis to the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.1

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