Andy Powell

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  • Maria Soledad Martinez, Peria World Bank, Sergio L Schmukler, Jerry Caprio, Asli Demirguc-Kunt, Barry Eichengreen +7 others
  • 1998
Hebbel for very helpful discussions and suggestions. We are highly indebted to Bernadette Ryan, Jon Tong, and Matias Zvetelman, and particularly to Miana Plesca for excellent research assistance. We received helpful comments from participants at presentations held at the Central Bank of Chile, the Latin American and Caribbean Economic Association, and the(More)
The existence of sovereign debt relies on the ability of creditors to impose costs on defaulting debtors. In their seminal contribution Eaton and Gersovitz (1981) began the modern literature on sovereign debt by assuming that creditors could not impose sanctions but could exclude debtor countries from international capital markets. This piece was followed(More)
1.1. The Distributed National Electronic Resource (DNER) [1] is a managed information environment for accessing quality assured Internet resources from many sources. 1.2. This study describes the technical architecture of the DNER. The intention is to underpin the development the DNER as a managed collection of resources in an integrated information(More)
Vibrio parahaemolyticus is a Gram-negative, halophilic bacterium found commonly in temperate and warm estuarine waters worldwide. V. parahaemolyticus is considered an emerging bacterial pathogen in Europe and has been responsible for several recent seafood-associated outbreaks. During ad hoc testing of raw shellfish produce in May 2012, pandemic group(More)
Does capital flow from rich to poor countries? We revisit the Lucas paradox to account for the role of capital account openness. We find that, when accounting for such openness, the prediction of the neoclassical theory is empirically confirmed: among financially open economies, less developed countries tend to experience net capital inflows and more(More)