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Can the Moral Hazard Caused by IMF Bailouts be Reduced?: Geneva Reports on the World Economy Special Report 1
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Can the Moral Hazard Caused by IMF Bailouts be Reduced?: Geneva Reports on the World Economy Special Report 1 (Paperback)

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The need to limit IMF financial rescues is a theme of the literature on how to make the world a safer financial place. Those who propose to simply prohibit IMF rescues assume that it is politically feasible for the Fund to stand aside when a crisis erupts. The reality is that the costs of inaction (a severe economic contraction, an extended interruption to capital-market access, and a lengthy and difficult restructuring) are too painful for the official community to bear. In this first 'Special Report' in the ICMB/CEPR series of Geneva Reports on the World Economy, Professor Eichengreen argues that institutional reforms that address these dilemmas are needed if the international policy community is to succeed in containing moral hazard. Barry Eichengreen, University of California Berkeley and CEPR.

BusinessEconomicsEconomic theory & philosophyBusinessEconomicsInternational economicsInternational financeBusinessEconomicsInternational economicsInternational tradeBusinessEconomicsMacroeconomicsMonetary economicsBusinessFinance & accountingFinanceBanking Publisher: Centre for Economic Policy Research Publication Date: 20/09/2000 ISBN-13: 9781898128571  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Barry Eichengreen is George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science at the University of California Berkeley. His books include The European Economy since 1945 (Princeton, 2007) and Global Imbalances: The Lessons of Bretton Woods (MIT, 2006).

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