Controls on Short-Term Capital Inflows - The Latin American Experience and Lessons for DMCs
Publication | September 1998
This briefing note attempts to identify the differences between short-term capital and long-term capital. It reviews the experiences of the Latin American countries, namely, Chile and Colombia, which have imposed controls on capital in the form of unremunerated deposits.
- Short-Term Versus Long-Term Capital: Is There a Difference?
- Controls on Short-Term Capital Inflows
- Lessons for DMCs