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In economics, a sudden stop is a sudden large reversal of net capital inflows.[1] It may result from a decrease in capital inflows, an increase in capital flight, or most likely both.

See also


  1. ^ Sebastian Edwards (2004), 'Financial openness, sudden stops, and current account reversals'. American Economic Review 94 (2), pp. 59-64.


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