Capital account liberalization in China: the need for a balanced approach
McCauley, Robert N.
Ocampo, José Antonio
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This is the third report stemming from the Pardee Center Task Force on Regulating Capital Flows for Long-Run Development, a project of the Global Economic Governance Initiative (GEGI) at Boston University. This report is the collective work of experts examining the benefits and risks of accelerated capital account liberalization in China. The contributing authors – all leading scholars and practitioners from around the world (listed below) – met at Boston University in February 2014 to discuss the experiences of other emerging market countries that liberalized the capital account to glean lessons for China as it considers this delicate task. This volume is an outcome from that meeting, presenting the authors’ perspectives on important aspects of capital account liberalization that China should pay special attention to, not only for its own sake, but also in consideration of the potential impacts that China’s actions may have on other emerging markets and the global economy overall.
This repository item contains a single issue of the Pardee Center Task Force Reports, a publication series that began publishing in 2009 by the Boston University Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future.
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