The Czech Currency Crisis of 1997

  • Julius Horváth

Abstract

The Czech currency crisis in May 1997 was far less spectacular the Russian crisis in the summer of 1998 or the crisis in South-East Asia in 1997. Nevertheless, it was the first typical currency crisis in the group of more advanced transition economies.

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