External Shocks and Banking Crises in Developing Countries: Does the Exchange Rate Regime Matter?

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Chandima Mendis;
  • Publisher: Center for Economic Studies and Ifo Institute (CESifo) Munich
  • Subject: banking crises | exchange rates | shocks | banking crises, shocks, exchange rates
    • ddc: ddc:330

This paper examines some determinants of banking crises in developing economies. Specifically, the effects of terms of trade shocks and capital flows are analyzed. The choice of the nominal exchange rate regime is found to be a crucial factor in the way various shocks a... View more
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