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What drives contagion
|Statement||Leonardo F. Hernández and Rodrogo O. Vald́es.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/01/29|
|Contributions||Valdés, Rodrigo O., International Monetary Fund., IMF Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
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This paper presents evidence on the relative importance of alternative contagion channels during the Thai, Russian, and Brazilian crises. Results show that when crises are measured by changes in sovereign bond spreads, financial competition seems to explain almost all contagion episodes. Get this from a library.
What drives contagion: trade, neighborhood, or financial links?. [Leonardo Hernández; Rodrigo O Valdés; International Monetary Fund.; IMF Institute.] -- The effect of the crises in Mexico, Thailand, Russia, and Brazil on other developing countries has raised interest in the problem of cross-country contagion.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) presents the full text of an article entitled "What Drives Contagion: Trade, Neighborhood, or Financial Links?" by Leonardo F.
Hernandez and Rodrigo O. Valdes and published March My new book The Rules of Contagion: Why Things Spread - and Why They Stop uncovers the underlying principles that drive contagion, from infectious diseases and online misinformation to gun violence and financial crises.
It explains what makes things spread, why outbreaks look like they do, and how we can change what happens in future. For instance, if trade linkages were to drive contagion, countries would have few alternatives other than to diversify their trade base or to fix irrevocably their foreign exchange rate.
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However, when crises are measured by stock market returns, trade links.Contagion () on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more Day and life is returning very slowly to normal.
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the transmission of a disease by direct or indirect contact. a disease-producing agent (such as a virus).