Dr. Kevin Gallagher of Boston University discusses speculative capital flows in developing countries and the need for the G20 and International Monetary Fund to allow countries to regulate capital in order to prevent asset bubbles, currency appreciation and layoffs in the developing world.
Author: Kevin Gallagher, Ph.D.
PolicyTalk: Dr. Kevin Gallagher Discusses the Role of Chinese Financing and Investment in Latin America
Dr. Kevin Gallagher of Boston University discusses the role of Chinese financing in Latin America and the potentially positive and negative consequences of those loans. For more information, see Dr. Gallagher’s blog at America’s Quarterly or at the Financial Times (subscription may be required).
PolicyTalk: Dr. Kevin Gallagher of Boston University Discusses the New Economics of Capital Controls
Kevin Gallagher, Ph.D., associate professor of international relations at Boston University, discusses the new economics of capital controls and how they are helping to correct international markets.