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Development Macroeconomics:
Third Edition
Pierre-Richard Agénor & Peter J. Montiel

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"This new edition of Agénor and Montiel's excellent book expands and brings up to date the analysis and recent trends of the management of capital inflows, public and private debts, fiscal discipline, monetary policy regimes, financial crises and stabilization, currency unions, and the choice of an exchange-rate regime. This will remain the essential reference for scholars, graduate students, and practitioners interested in development macroeconomics."--Joshua Aizenman, University of California, Santa Cruz

"This is by far the best book on the macroeconomics of emerging countries. It covers the right topics, and the blend of theory and policy is masterful. A must-read for graduate students, analysts, and policymakers."--Sebastian Edwards, University of California, Los Angeles

"Agénor and Montiel have extensively rewritten their excellent book on macroeconomic theory, empirics, and policy experiences relevant to developing and emerging economies. This resulting volume is a brilliant and truly unique blend of frontier analytics, applied models, stylized facts, and policy experiences of developing countries. As a unified treatise in the field of development macroeconomics, Agénor and Montiel's new book is a primer for economic analysts, academic economists, policymakers, and students."--Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel, Central Bank of Chile

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