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3080

Demir, Firat (2006): Volatility of short term capital flows, financial anarchy and private investment in emerging markets.

3081

Demir, Firat (2007): Private Investment and Cash Flow Relationship Revisited: Capital Market Imperfections and Financialization of Real Sectors in Emerging Markets.

6835

Demir, Firat (2007): Volatility of short term capital flows and socio-political instability in developing countries: A review.

8167

Demir, Firat (2008): Financial Liberalization, Private Investment and Portfolio Choice: Financialization of Real Sectors in Emerging Markets. Forthcoming in: Journal of Development Economics

19177

Demir, Firat and Dahi, Omar S. (2009): Asymmetric Effects of Financial Development on South-South and South-North Trade: Panel Data Evidence from Emerging Markets.

24477

Demir, Firat (2010): Exchange Rate Volatility and Employment Growth in Developing Countries: Evidence from Turkey. Published in: World Development , Vol. 8, No. 38 (August 2010): pp. 1127-1140.

37396

Demir, Firat and Dahi, Omar S. (2012): Preferential Trade Agreements and Manufactured Goods Exports: Does It Matter Whom You PTA With?

37397

Demir, Firat and Caglayan, Mustafa (2012): Firm Productivity, Exchange Rate Movements, Sources of Finance and Export Orientation.

37398

Demir, Firat (2011): Growth under Exchange Rate Volatility: Does Access to Foreign or Domestic Equity Markets Matter?

37400

Demir, Firat and Caglayan, Mustafa and Dahi, Omar S. (2012): Trade flows, exchange rate uncertainty and financial depth: evidence from 28 emerging countries.

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