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Unexploited Gains from International Diversification: Patterns of Portfolio Holdings Around the World

Tatiana Didier, Roberto Rigobon, Sergio L. Schmukler

NBER Working Paper No. 16629
Issued in December 2010

---- Acknowledgements -----

For very helpful comments, we would like to thank Andres Almazan, Fernando Broner, Ricardo Caballero, Charlie Calomiris, V.V. Chari, Bob Gibbons, Julian di Giovanni, Alejandro Drexler, Pierre- Olivier Gourrinchas, Graciela Kaminsky, Mark Kritzman, Michael Klein, Tarun Ramadorai, Rafael Repullo, Dani Rodrik, Rafael Chaves Santos, Luis Servén, Steven Snider, Frank Warnock, and participants at presentations held at the AEA Annual Meetings (Chicago), the European Central Bank, Harvard University, the IMF, the IMF Ninth Jacques Polak Annual Research Conference, the LACEA Annual Meetings (Buenos Aires and Mexico City), MIT, the NBER Summer Institute, the NIPFP-DEA Workshop on Capital Flows (New Delhi), and the XII Workshop in International Economics and Finance (Rio de Janeiro). We are grateful to Tiago Caruso, Francisco Ceballos, Juan Carlos Gozzi, Jennifer Kim, Ricardo Leal, Paula Pedro, Mercedes Politi, Virginia Poggio, Juliana Portella, and Mira Olson, who provided excellent research assistance at different stages of the project, and Judith Goff, who helped with the editing. The World Bank provided generous financial support through its research program. The views expressed here do not necessarily represent those of the World Bank or the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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