1: "Introduction".- 2: "International Migration in A Growing World Economy: A Simple Analytical Framework".- 3: "Saving-Investment Cointegration Revisited: Implications for Capital Mobility, External Solvency and the Intertemporal Approach".- 4: "Is the Feldstein-Horioka Puzzle Really a Puzzle?".- 5: "Twin Deficits, Real Interest Rates and International Capital Mobility".- 6: "The Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment: A Panel Data Study for the OECD Countries".- 7: "European Integration and Foreign Direct Investment".- 8: "Transparency and the Strategic Use of Private Information in Monetary Policy: A Particular European Problem?".- 9: "Eurobond Market Integration".- 10: "Contextualising Bank Failures: An International Comparison".- 11: "The Prospect of Dollarization: Are the Americas an Optimum Currency Area?".- 12: "The Genesis of the South-East Asian Crisis: The External Solvency of the Tiger Economies".- 13: "Feedbacks between Stock Prices and Exchange Rates".
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