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- Ahmed, S. & Zlate, A. (2014), 'Capital flows to emerging market economies: A brave new world?', Journal of International Money and Finance 48(PB), 221-248.

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- of equation (1), one gets: !"#.=AT.UVT#+T/%+2ATAEX)N(VT#,VE#)EYT+T/% (2) where Z is the number of elements in vector J# and VT# represents the qth element of the same vector. Using a first-order Taylor expansion, equation (2) can be approximated as: !"#.=USOA′J#≈ A′\(J#)|^U(J#)A (3) 24 See, for instance,
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- 25 Notably, in equation (28), Devereux and Sutherland (2009) show how home-country holdings of foreign equities and bonds depend on a set of domestic and foreign indicators. As we mainly focus on gross inflows (so changes in foreign holdings of domestic assets), we can flip the interpretation of this relationship so to derive a direct link between foreign-country holdings of domestic equities a

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- In particular, and more in line with expectations, an increase in S&P 500 realized returns volatility exerts a positive effect on the volatility of almost all the instruments, with estimates ranging from 0.48% for total private investments to 5.9% for FDI (with an overall effect of about 5% of GDP). 35 See Arezki, Mazarei, and Prasad (2015) and
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- 36 See Ahmed, Curcuru and Warnock (2015). (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) VARIABLES Total FDI Portfolio Portfolio Debt Portfolio Equity Other Banks Official Non-banks Total private σ2(t-1) 0.825*** 0.658*** 0.306*** 0.317*** 0.657*** 0.241*** 0.762*** 0.202*** 0.735*** 0.741*** (0.0499) (0.0675) (0.0197) (0.0178) (0.0705) (0.0258) (0.0545) (0.0216) (0.0411) (0.0625) US shadow ra

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- Neumann et al. (2009) show that financial integration tends to increase the volatility of FDI in emerging economies, while reducing that of other debt flows in mature economies.
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- Umutlu et al. (2010), by focusing on prices rather than quantities, conclude that financial liberalization reduces the volatility of stock market returns in emerging economies.8 Broto et al. (2011) analyze the determinants of the volatility of various types of net capital inflows to EMDEs, by using annual data over the period 1980-2006.

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- Bernanke, B. S., Bertaut, C. C., DeMarco, L., & Kamin, S. B. (2011). 'International capital flows and the return to safe assets in the united states, 2003-2007', International Finance Discussion Paper 1014, Board of Governors.

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- However, there is a strand of the literature arguing that long-run interest rates may be at least as important for capital flows as short-run rates, if investors prefer to diversify assets with short maturities and assets of different maturity are imperfect substitutes (see
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- Broner, F. & Ventura, J. (2016), 'Rethinking the Effects of Financial Globalization', The Quarterly Journal of Economics 131(3), 1497-1542.

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- This paper was prepared while Swarnali Ahmed Hannan was an economist and Maria Sole Pagliari was a summer intern in the Strategy, Policy and Review Department at the IMF. All remaining errors are ours. 4 In the last decade, however, EMDEs have started to increasingly invest abroad as well (see Obstfeld (2012b)). 5 For instance,
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- point out that financial globalization has sometimes led to capital flows that are volatile and procyclical. flows and economic growth (see Easterly, Islam, and Stiglitz 2001 and Ramey and Ramey 1995), maintaining a steady stream of capital flows is a policy priority in most EMDEs.

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- Byrne, J. P., & Fiess, N. (2016). 'International capital flows to emerging markets: National and global determinants'. Journal of International Money and Finance, 61, 82-100.

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- Their main finding is that, since 2000, global factors have become increasingly significant relative to countryspecific drivers. However, they also identify some domestic macroeconomic and financial factors that appear to reduce the volatility of certain instruments without increasing that of the others. In another study,
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- Domestic Factors Tables 3 and 4 also show that domestic factors are not relevant drivers of capital flows volatility in EMDEs, thus implying a predominance of global factors influence. While this finding is in line with evidence provided by some of the existing literature (see, for instance, Broto et al (2011) and
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- . *** p<0.01, ** p<0.05, * p<0.1.Some countries have been excluded from the pool due to lack of an adequate number of observations Extended regression: the role of commodity prices In this session, we expand the baseline regression to account for commodity prices, as they are deemed influential drivers for capital flows towards both exporting and importing economies
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- The latter one, on the other hand, can be identified with the taper tantrum episode, but it does not coincide with any significant change in the effects of US M2. Finally, commodity price index seems to exert a significant effect on capital inflow volatility only in the pre-GFC period. This is a new finding compared to existing literature
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- than before19. 17 The differences in the behavior of net flows between AEs and EMDEs is also due to the fact that, while in AEs capital flows are used for both risk-sharing and portfolio diversification, in EMDEs, by contrast, capital flows are not only instrumental for risk-sharing, but also to have access to greater external financing (see
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- For a discussion about the relationship between a country’s Net International Investment Position (NIIP) and its current account balance, as well as the risk associated to the build-up of persistent current account imbalances, refer to Obstfeld (2012b) and Lane (2013). Following Broto et al. (2011), we correct the covariance matrix as suggested by
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- Fratzscher, M. (2012), 'Capital flows, push versus pull factors and the global financial crisis', Journal of International Economics 88(2), 341-356.

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- Nonetheless, as already highlighted in the previous section, there exist some fundamental divergences in the dynamics of individual components (or instruments) of the financial account. It is therefore necessary to extend the analysis to single instruments as well. 15 Refer to
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- Indeed, the results from the next section suggest that the baseline regressions may be missing some dynamics (both across countries and over time) that need to be further explored. 32 To do so, we used the ----- command in Stata (see
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- IMF (2016a), 'World Economic Outlook: Too Slow for Too Long', International Monetary Fund, Washington DC.

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- In particular, the volatility spiked up during the taper tantrum episode. These bouts of increase in volatility thus remain a policy challenge for EMDEs, particularly in the current context of capital flow slowdown
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- The cases of Latin America and Europe, however, stand out, as the volatility of debt inflows decreased in 2007-2009 and bounced back to unprecedented levels in the first quarters of 2010. 23 See for instance
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- Definitions are taken from the sixth edition of the Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Manual (BPM6). 7 Previous theoretical contributions include Bacchetta and Van Wincoop (1998), Aghion et al. (2004) and
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- All remaining errors are ours. 4 In the last decade, however, EMDEs have started to increasingly invest abroad as well (see Obstfeld (2012b)). 5 For instance, Broner and Ventura (2016) point out that financial globalization has sometimes led to capital flows that are volatile and procyclical. flows and economic growth (see Easterly, Islam, and Stiglitz 2001 and
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- Therefore, given the N=33 EMDEs in our sample, the baseline dynamic panel regression model is: !"#.=d%!"#0%.+eTf"T#+T/%+5"#, g=1,...,_, where f"T# are growth rates of the regressors and 5"#=i"+j#+k"#, so that we control for the presence of both country and time fixed-effects. 26 See, for instance, Broto et al. (2011) and
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- Therefore, given the N=33 EMDEs in our sample, the baseline dynamic panel regression model is: !"#.=d%!"#0%.+eTf"T#+T/%+5"#, g=1,...,_, where f"T# are growth rates of the regressors and 5"#=i"+j#+k"#, so that we control for the presence of both country and time fixed-effects. 26 See, for instance, Broto et al. (2011) and
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