References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 33 references in this bibliography folder.

Kenen, P (2007).
16, Foreign Exchange Reserves—What for?
In: The Swiss National Bank, 1907–2007, ed. by The Swiss National Bank. The Swiss National Bank, Zurich, chap. 16, Foreign Exchange Reserves—What for?, pp. 713-739.

Mendoza, E, Quadrini, V, and Rios-Rull, J (2007).
Financial Integration, Financial Deepness, and Global Imbalances
NBER, Working Paper(12909).

Willett, T (2007).
Why the Middle is Unstable: The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Regimes and Currency Crises
The World Economy, 30:709-732.

Cheung, Y and Qian, X (2006).
Hoarding of International Reserves: Mrs Machlup’s Wardrobe and the Joneses
Unpublished.

Lane, P and Milesi-Ferretti, G (2006).
“The External Wealth of Nations Mark II: Revised and Extended Estimates of Foreign Assets and Liabilities, 1970–2004
International Monetary Fund, Working Paper(WP06/69), Research Department, Washington, DC..

Mohanty, MS and Turner, P (2006).
Foreign Exchange Reserve Accumulation in Emerging Markets: What are the Domestic Implications
BIS Quarterly Review, September:39-52.

Dooley, M, Folkerts-Landau, D, and Garber, P (2005).
International Financial Stability: Asia, Interest Rates, and the Dollar
Deutsche Bank. Global Markets Research.

Granovetter, M (2005).
The Impact of Social Structure on Economic Outcomes
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 19:33-50.

Aizenman, J, Lee, Y, and Rhee, Y (2004).
International Reserves Management and Capital Mobility in a Volatile World: Policy Considerations and a Case Study of Korea
Department of Economics, UC Santa Cruz, Working Paper(1012), Santa Cruz, CA.

Lee, J (2004).
Insurance Value of International Reserves: An Option Pricing Approach
International Monetary Fund, Working Paper(04/175), Research Department, Washington, DC..

Willett, T (2003).
Fear of Floating Need Not Imply Fixed Exchange Rates
Open Economies Review, 14:77-91.

Flood, R and Marion, N (2002).
Holding International Reserves in an Era of High Capital Mobility
International Monetary Fund, Working Paper(02/62), Research Department, Washington, DC.

Reinhart, C and Rogoff, K (2002).
The Modern History of Exchange Rate Arrangements: A Reinterpretation
National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper(8963), Cambridge, Mass.

deBeaufort, W, Onno, J, and Kapteyn, A (2001).
Reserve Adequacy in Emerging Market Economies
International Monetary Fund, Working Paper(01/43), Research Department, Washington, DC.

Feldstein, M (1999).
Self-Protection for Emerging Market Economies
National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper(6097), Cambridge, Mass.

Fischer, S (1999).
On the Need for an International Lender of Last Resort
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 13:85-104.

Frankel, J (1999).
No Single Currency Regime is Right for All Economies or at All Times
National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper(7338), Cambridge, Mass..

Greenspan, A (1999).
Currency Reserves and Debt
In: World Bank Conference on Recent Trends, Washington, D.C.

Calvo, G (1996).
Capital Flows and Macroeconomic Management: Tequila Lessons
International Journal of Finance & Economics, 1:207-223.

Cheung, Y and Lai, K (1995).
Lag Order and Critical Values of the Augmented Dickey-Fuller Test
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics, 13:277-280.

Dooley, M, Claessens, S, and Warner, A (1995).
Portfolio Capital Flows: Hot or Cool?
The World Bank Economic Review, 9:153-174.

North, D (1994).
Economic Performance Through Time
American Economic Review, 84:359-368.

North, D (1990).
Institutions, Institutional Change and Economic Performance
Cambridge University Press.

Grubel, H (1971).
The Demand for International Reserves: A Critical Review of the Literature
Journal of Economic Literature, 9:1148-1166.

Courchene, T and Youssef, G (1967).
The Demand for International Reserves
Journal of Political Economy, 75:404-413.