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Battellino, R and M Plumb (2009): “A generation of an internationalised Australian dollar”, presented at the BoK/BIS seminar on Currency internationalisation: lessons from the global financial crisis and prospects for the future in Asia and the Pacific, Seoul, 19–20 March. 11
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Chen, H, W Peng and C Shu (2009): “The potential of the renminbi as an international currency: what we can learn from international experience”, presented at the BoK/BIS seminar on Currency internationalisation: lessons from the global financial crisis and pro
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Chinn, M and J Frankel, (2008): “The euro may over the next 15 years surpass the dollar as leading international currency” (available at: http:// ksghome.harvard.edu/~jfrankel/EuroVs$-
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IFdebateFeb2008.pdf). Committee on the Global Financial System (2009): “Capital flows and emerging market economies”, CGFS Papers, no 33, Bank for International Settlements.
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Li, D and L Liu (2007): “RMB internationalization: an empirical analysis”, presentation at the
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Hong Kong Institute of Monetary Research Conference on Currency internationalization: international experiences and implications for the renminbi, Hong Kong SAR, 15–16 October.
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Tagaki, S (2009): “Internationalizing the yen, 1984–2003: unfinished agenda or mission impossible?”, presented at the BoK/BIS seminar on Currency internationalisation: lessons from the global financial crisis and prospects for the future in Asia and the Pacific, Seoul, 19–20 March.
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