Managing Foreign Capital Flows in
Transition Economies of Central and Eastern Europe
The project prepared series of country studies that review and analyse the experiences of transition economies in managing capital flows; develop policy recommendations; and suggest ideas for frameworks and/or institutions that facilitate stability in capital flows and exchange rates. Countries studied included the Czech Republic , Hungary , Poland , Russia , Croatia , Slovenia , the Baltic's (especially Estonia ), Romania , Slovakia , and Bulgaria .
A comparative evaluation of the policies that were adopted served as a guide to the most appropriate and efficient policies in the future both in terms of the transitory and long-lasting macroeconomic consequences. The country papers were prepared in a relatively similar structure focusing at the aforementioned issues, while the analytical papers have a different nature.
The background of the project and its detailed description can be found under Project part of this page. A list of contributors is available under Contributors. The papers are downloadable under Papers section, while the conference programs are available under Conferences.
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