James Walsh, Gaston Gelos, Robert Rennhack, S. Pelin Berkman, 28 March 2010

Despite the global reach of the financial crisis, some countries fared better than others. This column argues that this was due to differences in trade or financial openness, underlying vulnerabilities to external forces, or the strength of their economic policies.


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