By Michael D. Bordo, Barry Eichengreen
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See Cottarelli, Dell'Aricca' and Vladkova-Hollar (2003); Hilbers, Otker-Robe, Pazarbasioglu, and Johnsen (2005); and Maechler and Swinburne (2005). S. Please note that these papers are at this stage the responsibility only of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect an official IMF view. 6. See Sundararajan, Enoch, San Jose, Hilbers, Krueger, Moretti, and Slack (2002). 7. Also, while the pickup may be slight, it could well be significant in determining whether a Euro aspirant meets or breaches the Maastricht criteria.
S. Please note that these papers are at this stage the responsibility only of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect an official IMF view. 6. See Sundararajan, Enoch, San Jose, Hilbers, Krueger, Moretti, and Slack (2002). 7. Also, while the pickup may be slight, it could well be significant in determining whether a Euro aspirant meets or breaches the Maastricht criteria. , G. Dell' Aricca and I. Vladkova-Hollar, 2003, "Early Birds, Late Risers, and Sleeping Beauties: Bank Credit Growth to the Private Sector in Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans," IMF Working Paper 03/213 (International Monetary Fund).
A variety of measures may be brought into play, and these are examined in the contributions in this volume. While there have been periods of rapid credit growth in the past, the present experience of the region seems new in a number of regards. One important regard is the international dimension, with the dominant role of foreign banks and foreign currencies, and the international constraints on, and interrelationships between, national policy responses. It is this dimension that certainly will add to the value of the exchanges of information and analyses of policy options contained in the remaining papers.
A Retrospective on the Bretton Woods system by Michael D. Bordo, Barry Eichengreen