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New Left Review I/231, September-October 1998


Robert Wade

The Gathering World Slump and the Battle Over Capital Controls

The policy backlash is ‘the most serious challenge yet to the free-market orthodoxy that the globe has embraced since the end of the Cold War’ The Wall Street Journal, 4 September 1998.

‘There is an ideological battle going on over capital controls, and it is huge’ World Bank senior advisor on capital markets and Asian specialist, 1 September 1998.

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