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The article analyzed the stages of the formation of economic vocabulary of the Ukrainian language since the Proto-Slavic period and the time of Kyivan Rus until now; it is studied that the processes of trade, exchange, payments have been active; it is str... see more

The basis for reciprocal concessions in the process of multilateral trade liberalisation is firmly established for fixed exchange rate regimes. The move from fixed to flexible exchange rates suggests that commercial policy negotiations and indeed trade li... see more

This paper extends the balance-of-payments constraint on growth known as Thirlwall's law to incorporate unbalanced trade and debt accumulation. Assuming that small open economies face a liquidity constraint, the tex... see more

It is expected that Great Lockdown caused by Covid-19 will cause the worst recession since the Great Depression, and far worse than the Global Financial Crisis of 2008. This paper aims to analyse the effectiveness of export credit insurance as a tool to m... see more

This study aims to investigate the involvement of Indonesian firms in tax haven jurisdiction and their corporate tax avoidance activities. Employing Indonesian companies listed in the Indonesia Stock Exchange and the ICIJ Offshore Leaks Database from 2005... see more

Thirlwall’s 1979 balance of payments constrained growth model predicts that a country’s long run growth of GDP can be approximated by the ratio of the growth of real exports to the income elasticity of demand for imports assuming negligible effects from r... see more

Article originally published in the volume 60 issue 241 of Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Quarterly Review (also known as BNL Quarterly Review). Money evolved gradually as a cuitural product; it was not orig-inally invented and imposed by the s... see more

Japan joined the IMF in August 1952 (under Article 14) and GATT (the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade) in 1955. Japan's ‘high growth era’, the period from 1955 to the outbreak of the first oil crisis in 1973-74, coincided with the liberal internatio... see more

The Jamaica Agreement essentially grants every country the freedom to determine its own exchange rate system, thus confirming a situation characterised by a wide variety of national arrangements. This situation has given rise to considerable uncertainty a... see more

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