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2006, vol. 53, br. 4, str. 439-456
Makroekonomski aspekti finansijske liberalizacije
Technical University, Faculty of Economics, Department of Economic Theories, Košice, Slovakia

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Ključne reči: liberalizacija računa kapitala; finansijska liberalizacija; finansijska integracije
Sažetak
Savremena literatura detaljno opisuje pozitivne i negativne aspekte finansijske liberalizacije u zemljama u razvoju i privredama sa tržištem u razvoju. Uprkos tome, nije jednostavno na jasan način sumirati konačne efekte koje finansijska integracija ima na određene zemlje. Na primer, neadekvatan je argument koji ističe razvojne koristi od liberalizacije kapitalnih računa imajući u vidu finansijske krize u zemljama u razvoju krajem prošlog veka. S druge strane, mnogi autori (naročito u oblasti finansijske literature) ističu da liberalizacija tržišta akcija značajno doprinosi ekonomskom rastu. Prisutni su i primeri na mikroekonomskom nivou (na nivou preduzeća ili industrijske grane) gde je međunarodna finansijska integracija donela određene koristi integrisanim preduzećima, pri čemu su restrikcije tokova kapitala izazvale distorzione efekte. Ovaj rad izučava makroekonomske efekte liberalizacije tokova kapitala.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
DOI: 10.2298/PAN0604439M
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 02.06.2007.

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