IMF paper explores importance of systemic emerging markets


A recently published International Monetary Fund research paper looks into the economic links between low-income countries and a narrow group of emerging market leaders, which have become increasingly important in regional and global trade and financial flows.

Era Dabla-Norris, Raphael Espinoza and Sarwat Jahan, the paper's authors, demonstrate how the links have increased the share of growth volatility that can be attributed to foreign shocks in low-income countries.

The paper, titled Spillover

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