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The G-7 and the New International Financial Architecture

  • Carlos M. Peláez
  • Carlos A. Peláez
Part of the Palgrave Texts in Finance and Monetary Economics book series (PTFME)

Abstract

An exegesis of international financial doctrine and practice by private creditors in crisis prevention and resolution proves useful in understanding policy options. The Balance of payments constitutes a restriction on economic policy in debtor countries that requires priority in current conditions.

Keywords

Central Bank Asian Development Bank Basel Committee Debtor Country International Account Standard Board 
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  • Carlos M. Peláez
  • Carlos A. Peláez

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