Fed paper calls for rethink of conditions for setting capital controls

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Policymakers in countries prone to capital flow shocks should consider alternatives to stricter capital controls and macro-prudential policies to respond to crises, research published by the Federal Reserve finds.

Managing capital flows in the presence of external risks by Ricardo Reyes-Heroles and Gabriel Tenorio explores the factors affecting international capital flows. “The uncertainty regarding policy actions in industrialised economies as well as other underlying institutional and

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