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Bryan Hardy

Bank for International Settlements
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4051 Basel
Switzerland

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NBER Working Papers and Publications

January 2017Gross Capital Flows by Banks, Corporates and Sovereigns
with Stefan Avdjiev, Ṣebnem Kalemli-Özcan, Luis Servén: w23116
We construct a new quarterly data set of international capital flows broken down by sector: banks, corporates and sovereigns. Using our novel data set, we establish several key facts that demonstrate the importance of distinguishing in- and outflows by the domestic sectoral identity. We find that public sector flows may serve as a countervailing force to private sector flows, especially in emerging markets (EMs), as these flows respond differently not only to country-specific fundamentals but also to global shocks. The high inflow-outflow correlation observed in total capital flow data is driven by within-sector flows, especially those of AE banks. In general, inflows and outflows of AEs and inflows to EMs are primarily AE banks’ transactions, and, as a consequence, respond similarly to ca...

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