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Do Contagion Effects Exist in Capital Flow Volatility?

Do Contagion Effects Exist in Capital Flow Volatility?

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This paper examines how the volatility of different types of capital flows to emerging countries is affected by the volatility of capital flows elsewhere as well as other economic and policy factors.
This paper examines how the volatility of different types of capital flows to emerging countries is affected by the volatility of capital flows elsewhere as well as other economic and policy factors.

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Published by: Asian Development Bank on Oct 28, 2013
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Do Contagion Efects Exist in Capital Flow Volatility?
Hyun-Hoon Lee, Cyn-Young Park , Hyung-suk Byun
 
No. 302 | September 2012
 ADB Economics Working Paper Series
 
 
ADB Economics Working Paper Series
Do Contagion Eects Exist in Capital Flow Volatility?
Hyun-Hoon Lee, Cyn-Young Park ,Hyung-suk ByunNo. 302 September 2012
Hyun-Hoon Lee is Proessor o Economics at theDepartment o International Trade and Business atKangwon National University. Cyn-Young Park isAssistant Chie Economist at the Asian DevelopmentBank. Hyung-suk Byun is Researcher at KangwonNational University. The authors are grateul to Aitor Erce, Rebecca Neumann,and Won Joong Kim or comments and suggestions. Theauthors would also like to thank Lea Ortega or herexcellent research assistance.
 
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