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April 20, 2017


Thomas Hutcheson

I agree that one should be prepared to use 2nd or 3rd or nth best policies if necessary, but it's not clear why capital controls (particularly on outflows) in practice would be better than prudential regulation. On general principles, I'd think that the roll of capital controls would be to strengthen prudential regulation.


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