By J. Jay Choi
This edited quantity is a suite of unique theoretical, empirical, institutional or policy-oriented articles on all dimensions of the Asian monetary concern. a special characteristic of this e-book is its multi-faceted, but in-depth articles on a number of dimensions of the Asian monetary drawback written by way of policy-makers and practitioners in addition to students world wide. It contains monetary, structural, cultural, and overseas dimensions of the Asian monetary predicament relating to its explanations, effects, rules, and classes. As such, it bargains a very good one-stop selection of in-depth study articles at the subject. The ebook comprises nineteen articles at the review of the obstacle, foreign capital flows and predicament, reform in monetary and business sectors, and cultural and post-crisis possibilities.
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The first half of this section draws on Dean (1997). 4. See Dean (1992) and Dean & Bowe (1997) for extensive reviews of the 1980s debt crisis and its resolution. 5. See Dean (1996). 6. Parts of this section draw on Crockett (1997). 7. The best articulation of this view is Krugman (1998b). 8. See for example Diamond & Dybvig's (1983) analysis of bank values subject to multiple equilibria. The combination of illiquid assets, short-term liabilities and free rider behavior that they model would be useful to analyze the Asian crisis if it were extended to an international context with countries taking the place of banks.
Rapid capital inflows were the product of easy money in the developed world combined with government guarantees of investment outcomes in the developing world. Although developed-world inflation rates have been low throughout the 1990s, so have interest rates. This has prompted an exodus of 30 JAMES W. DEAN investment funds to emerging markets. Attractive nominal rates of return in emerging markets partly reflected attractive real and risk-adjusted returns, but were partly illusory because they failed to take account of both exchange rate and default risk.
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Asian Financial Crisis, Volume 1: Financial, Structural, and International Dimensions (International Finance Review) by J. Jay Choi