Capital Account Controls and Liberalization: Lessons for India and China
The extensive literature on capital controls and capital account liberalization in emerging market economies generally identifies two types of capital controls: first, targeted measures aimed at slowing the pace of short-term portfolio inflows and outflows; and second, pervasive restrictions on a broader range of external capital transactions.2
KeywordsGross Domestic Product Capital Flow Exchange Rate Regime Capital Account Capital Control
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