15 March 1999 Economists are increasingly con-cerned with what they call contagion: the process of a financial crisis in one country spreading to others. That issue arose a number of times in the 1990s, most famously in the case of the “tequila effect,” in which the 1994 financial crisis in Mexico spread to several Latin […]

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