Towards Transparency in Finance and Governance

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Tara Vishwanath; Daniel Kaufmann;
  • Subject: financial liberalization, transparency, corruption, governance, banking crisis, asymmetric information, local investors, shocks, bad loans, emerging markets
    • jel: jel:F30 | jel:H0 | jel:F02 | jel:F4 | jel:G00 | jel:E6 | jel:G38 | jel:G15 | jel:G14 | jel:G18

The study of transparency is increasingly a more topical, broadly relevant, but also more under-researched enterprise. The Asian financial crisis has highlighted not only the welfare consequences of financial sector transparency, sparking a series of yet unresolved deba... View more
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