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Access: (downloaded 12-09-2003)
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Material:Computer file
Author:Rose, Andrew K.
Title:Homepage of Andrew K. Rose / Andrew K. Rose
Published:Berkeley : University of California
Description:294 HTML, 2037 GIF, 283 PDF, 205 ZIP, 14 ASP, 4 CAB, 156 CSS, 4 CFM, 4 HTT, 8 ICO, , 1579 JPEG, 103 JS, 2 PPT, 9 MPG, 2 AVI, 26 WAV, 3 XML files (286 MB)
Summary:This website of Andrew A. Rose contains: research papers on different topics, like: international trade, currency unions, crises, exchange rates, finance; as well as data sets, output, presentations, press coverage, recent unpublished papers, and more.
Contents:International trade patterns. -- Sovereign default and trade. -- Trade and the multilateral (GATT/WTO) system. -- The effects of currency union on trade. -- Optimum currency sreas. -- Speculative attacks on exchange rate systems. -- Contagion in currency crises. -- Banking and exchange crises in developing countries. -- Exchange rate determination. -- Exchange rate regimes. -- International finance. -- Financial asset integration. -- comments on the works of others

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Author:Sarotte, Mary Elise
Title:China's fear of contagion : tiananmen square and the power of the European example / M.E. Sarotte
Source:International Security, vol. 37, no. 2 (Fall 2012)
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Description:1 pdf file (696 KB)
China - History - Tiananmen Square Incident, 1989
China - Politics and government - 1976-

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