Overdose of Quantitative Easing: Economic Weather Changing?
Lim, Christopher H; Mack, Vincent | October 2018
The decade-long quantitative easing (QE) measures have resulted in the current reverse flow of capital from emerging markets to developed markets. This has led to an “economic drought” in the emerging markets. Would all these drive a currency meltdown in the emerging markets?
CitationLim, Christopher H; Mack, Vincent. 2018. Overdose of Quantitative Easing: Economic Weather Changing?. © S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/8959.
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