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Chapter 4: Capital controls
BRETTON WOODS AND CAPITAL CONTROLS Following the Great Depression and World War II many countries adopted capital controls as an important policy toolkit in order to create stability and achieve economic prosperity. To this end the 1944 Bretton Woods agreement legitimated the imposition of capital controls on short-term capital.
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