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Análise da Regulação da Conta de Capital

Luccas Assis Attílio

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O artigo propõe uma análise crítica dos pontos positivos e negativos da liberalização financeira e ressalta as vantagens da regulação da conta de capital. À luz dessa discussão investigam-se alternativas recentes para se regular a conta de capital que possam mitigar os efeitos negativos promovidos pela liberalização dessa conta. Chega-se a conclusão de que para aumentar a estabilidade do sistema financeiro mundial, é crucial a tomada de medidas que reduzam não somente o volume do fluxo de capitais, mas também a velocidade com a qual ele é realizado contemporaneamente.  

 

 


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Conta de Capital; Liberalização Financeira; Regulação.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18542/cepec.v5i1-6.6896

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