Table of contents for Macroeconomics in emerging markets / Peter J. Montiel.

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Part I. Overview: 1. Macroeconomics and development
Part II. A Benchmark Macroeconomic Model for an Emerging Economy: 2. Equilibrium in the domestic labor and goods markets
3. Equilibrium in the financial markets
4. Short-run macroeconomic equilibrium
5. Medium-term macroeconomic equilibrium
Part III. Public Finance and Macroeconomic Performance: 6. The intertemporal budget constraint of the public sector
7. Consequences of insolvency I: high inflation
8. Consequences of insolvency II: public sector debt and economic growth
9. Measures for achieving fiscal credibility I: central bank independence
10. Measures for achieving fiscal credibility II: privatization
Part IV. The Financial Sector and Macroeconomic Performance: 11. Finance, welfare, and growth
12. Financial repression
13. Financial reform, public policy, and financial crises
14. Financial openness and the sequencing of financial reform
15. Coping with capital inflows
Part V. Exchange Rate Management: 16. Equilibrium real exchange rates: 17. Exchange rate regimes
18. Managing an officially-determined rate
19. Banking crises and exchange rate crises
20. Domestic macroeconomic management in emerging economies: lessons from the crises of the nineties.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Developing countries Economic conditions, Macroeconomics