Impact of globalisation on risk sharing small

Financial globalisation does not result in as much risk sharing as theory predicts, research published by the IMF finds.

The research finds, at best, only a modest degree of international risk sharing during the recent period of globalisation. Additionally, it is only developed countries that have attained better risk sharing outcomes. In spite of large capital inflows, emerging economies have failed to benefit from this presumed benefit of globalisation.

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