About the product
Dealing with Capital Inflows: Are There Any Lessons? reviews the experience of a heterogeneous group of developing countries in maintaining macroeconomic stability in the face of heavy capital inflows. It makes a comparison of country responses organized according to policy and identifies the limitations of each of these policies and conditions. The publication is part of the Research for Action series which discusses policy-oriented research on the main strategic issues of development and international cooperation, as well as on the interaction between domestic and global changes.