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Far more important to the project of preventing financial crisis in developing economies is the implementation of constraints on those investor behaviors that render them prone to currency, banking and financial crises. Hence, the intellectual capital of the economics profession could be more productively expended devising appropriate changes in the overall regime in which investors operate (such as measures that compel changes in financing strategies and that control international movements of capital) rather than searching for the correct set of crisis predictors.
12 Epstein and Grabel (2006) argue that financial systems in developing countries should be restructured so that they directly promote “propoor economic growth” rather than hope, as does neoclassical theory with its decidedly unjust “trickle-down” approach, that reforms that target the wealthy will eventually redound to the benefit of the poor. Pro-poor economic growth would involve designing a far-reaching program of institutional and financial policy reform that is guided by a very particular set of goals.
21st Century Keynesian Economics by Philip Arestis, Malcolm Sawyer (eds.)