Implications for Macroeconomic Policy
this chapter discusses what the author calls the balance of payments dominance on macroeconomic policy, defined as a macroeconomic regime in which short-term dynamics is largely determined by external, mainly financial, shocks. Typically emerging market economies suffer from this dominance and are prone to boom-and-bust cycles led by external financial shocks.
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