This book reviews the state-of-the-art of the literature on international financial contagion. The individual contributions bridge the gap between econometric theory and evidence, while the comprehensive range of financial market and country regions under consideration highlights the futurechallenges facing econometricians, international policymakers, and financial practitioners.
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