Globalització Econòmica i Vulnerabilitat Financera: El cas de les crisis canviàries a Mèxic i a les economies emergents de l'Est d'Àsia durant la dècada dels '90

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Figura 1.11. El trilema de la política econòmica a les economies obertes

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El trilema de la política econòmica a les economies obertes p.127
Figura 2.11. Integració comercial i “zona perversa” de tipus de canvi

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Integració comercial i “zona perversa” de tipus de canvi p.152
Figura 3.11. La importància de l’obertura comercial en la disminució de la vulnerabilitat a crisis canviàries

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La importància de l’obertura comercial en la disminució de la vulnerabilitat a crisis canviàries p.154

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