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Conference Papers: Domestic Finance and Global Capital in Latin America - November 1-2, 2001

A Conference Presented by the Latin America Research Group
Research Department, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
November 1-2, 2001

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Stephen Kay and Elizabeth McQuerry

INTRODUCTION
Michael J. Chriszt

Session 1: Theoretical Issues

CAPITAL FLOWS TO LATIN AMERICA: NEW ISSUES AND OLD CONCERNS
Eduardo Fernández-Arias and Ugo Panizza

MEASURING FINANCIAL LIBERALIZATION IN LATIN AMERICA: AN INDEX OF BANKING ACTIVITY
Myriam Quispe-Agnoli and Elizabeth McQuerry

COMMENTS
Susan Minushkin
Jorge Desormeaux

Session 2: Banking Sector Issues

THE ARGENTINE FINANCIAL SYSTEM IN THE NINETIES
Miguel A. Kiguel

THE EMERGING INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR DOMESTIC FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE
José María Fanelli and Rohinton Medhora

THE BANKING SYSTEM AND CREDIT IN ARGENTINA, BRAZIL, CHILE, AND MEXICO: THE CHALLENGES OF STABILITY AND GROWTH
Rogério Studart

COMMENTS
Martín Naranjo
Alejandro Werner

Session 3: Financial Market Questions

RESISTING AND RECOVERING FROM CRISES: LESSONS FROM BRAZIL AND ARGENTINA
William C. Gruben and John H. Welch

THE PAST AND THE FUTURE OF DOMESTIC FINANCIAL MARKETS IN LATIN AMERICA
Fernando Lefort and Eduardo Walker

COMMENTS
Arturo Porzecanski
Gerald P. Dwyer Jr.

Session 4: Policy Roundtable on Monetary and Regulatory Policy in an Era of Global Markets

INTRODUCTION
Robert A. Eisenbeis

PARTICIPANTS
Ilan Goldfajn
Liliana Rojas-Suarez
Nouriel Roubini
Leonardo Villar Gómez

KEYNOTE SPEECH
Introduction: Jack Guynn
Speech: Ricardo López Murphy

ABOUT THE AUTHORS AND SPEAKERS

SELECTED RESEARCH BIBLIOGRAPHY


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