Financial reform lessons and strategies

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Caprio Jr, Gerard; Atiyas, Izak; Hanson, James;
(1993)
  • Subject: Environmental Economics&Policies,Economic Theory&Research,Financial Crisis Management&Restructuring,Banks&Banking Reform,Financial Intermediation

The argument in favor of gradual - but sustained - financial reform is based on two factors. First, the development of borrower net worth will determine the health of the real and, ultimately, the financial sector. Thus, speeding up reforms when borrower net worth is su... View more
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