Financial markets and policies in East Asia /
This book assesses the need to secure policy consistency, the scope for inflation targeting, the sustainability of exchange rate regimes and the scope for deeper financial integration in the Australasian area.
|Series:||Routledge studies in the growth economies of Asia.
- Debating financial markets and policies in East Asia / Gordon de Brouwer
- Recent developments in Asian financial markets / Dominic Wilson
- Patterns of bank intermediation and structure / Sang Whan Kim, Haesik Park, Hae Wang Chung
- Private capital flows in East Asia / Ramkishen S. Rajan and Reza Siregar
- Bank and corporate restructuring in crisis-affected East Asia / Masahiro Kawai
- The boom, bust and restructuring of Indonesian banks / Mari Pangestu and Manggi Habir
- Financial market liberalisation and economic stability in China / Fan Gang
- Securing consistency in macroeconomic policy / David Nellor
- Fixed or floating / Reuven Glick
- The viability of inflation targeting for emerging market economies / Guy Debelle
- Comparing monetary policy operating procedures in Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia and Thailand / C.E.V. Borio and Robert N. McCauley
- Does a formal common-basket peg in East Asia make economic sense? / Gordon de Brouwer
- Subregional currency union: Japan and Korea / Eisuke Sakakibara
- An Australia-New Zealand currency union / Mark Crosby and Glenn Otto.