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Newly Industrializing Countries after Asian Crisis; 5 Volumes / Singer, Sir Hans; Hatti, Neelambar & Tandon, Rameshwar (Eds.)
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Newly Industrializing Countries after Asian Crisis; 5 Volumes
Singer, Sir Hans; Hatti, Neelambar & Tandon, Rameshwar (Eds.)
 
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  Book ID : 30939
  ISBN-10 : 81-7646-423-6 / 8176464236
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7646-423-9 / 9788176464239
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2006
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xxvi+541p., xi+545-1051p., ix+1055-1451p., ix+1455-1814p., ix+1817-2154p., Figs., Tables, 23 cm. (New World Order Series Volume 23)
   
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CONTENTS:- Vol.1: Part A: Asset Bubbles and the NICs Model; 1. Trade and Growth in East Asian Countries: Cause and Effect?; 2. Crisis Transmission: Evidence from the Debt, Tequila and the Asian Flu Crises; 3. Asset Bubbles, Leverge and Lifeboats: Elements of the East Asian Crisis; 4. The Role of Institutions in Asian Development; 5. What Future for the NIC Model? Globalisation and the Remarking of the Third World; Part B: Miracle, Meltdown and the Contagion; 6. Asia's Reemergence; 7. East Asian Currency and Financial Crisis: Meltodown, Collapse and After; 8. From 'Miracle' to 'Meltdown': Interpreting Asia's Economic Growth; 9. Why are Currency Crises Contagious? A Comparison of Latin American Crisis of 1994-95 and the Asian Crisis of 1997-98; Part C: Lessons from Crisis and Collapse; 10. Financial Market Contagion in the Asian Crisis; 11. Rejecting Exceptionalism: Reinterpreting the Asian Financial Crisis; 12. Are Currency Crisis Predictable? A Test; 13. Asian Currency and Financial Crises: Lessons from Vulnerability, Crisis and Collapse; 14. Ins and Outs of Asia's Financial Crisis. Vol.2: Part D: East Asian Growth Before and After the Crisis; 15. The East Asia Crisis and Corporate Finances: The Untold Micro Story; 16. East Asia's Currency and Economic Crisis and a New Financial and Cooperation Order-A View from Japan; 17. The Asian Crisis: An Alternative View; 18. East Asian Growth Before and After the Crisis; 19. The Financial Crisis in South East Asia: Causes and Effects on the Global Economy; Part E: Growth Miracle and Policy Responses; 20. The Asian Miracle and Modern Growth Theory; 21. Volatility and Contagion in a Financially Integrated World: Lessons from East Asia's Recent Experience; 22. The East Asian Crisis Investigating Causes and Policy Responses; 23. Growth Miracle and its Unraveling in East and South-East Asia: Unregulated Competitiveness and Denouement of Manipulation by International Financial Community; 24. East Asian Economics: Trends in Saving and Investment. Vol.3: Part F: Contagion and Public Policy; 25. The Asian Crisis, the IMF and Dr. Mahathir; 26. Fundamental Vulnerability to Currency Crises: The Case of Turkey; 27. On Crises, Contagion and Confusion; 28. Contagion: Understanding How it Spreads; 29. Financial Markets, Public Policy and the East Asian Miracle; 30. Dealing with the Asian Crisis: IMF Conditionality and Implications in Asia and Beyond; Part G: Asian Model, Japan and Korea; 31. The Foreign Exchange Origins of Japan's Economic Slump and Low Interest Liquidity Trap; 32. The Role of Foreign Capital in the Korean Economy: A Driving Force of Economic Development or Financial Crisis?; 33. Currency Crisis in Korea: How was it Aggravated?; 34. South Korea's Financial Crisis in 1997: What have We Learned?; 35. How the Republic of Korea's Financial Structure Affects the Volatility of Four Asset Princes; 36. The East Asian Model: An Exploration of Rapid Economic Growth in the Republic of Korea and Taiwan Province of China. Vol.4: Part H: Distress in Thailand; 37. Bad Banking in Thailand? An Empirical Analysis of Macro Indicators; 38. Thailand's Corporate Financing and Governance Structures; 39. The Political Economy of Distress in East Asian Financial Institutions; Part I: Issues in Theory and Policy; 40. Interpreting the Asian Financial Crisis: Open Issues in Theory and Policy; 41. Economic Turmoil in Asia: A Reinterpretation; 42. A Neoclassical Analysis of the ASEAN and East Asian Growth Experience; Part J: Interventions and Catch Up; 43. Measuring Government Intervention and Estimating Its Effect on Output: With Reference to the High Performing Asian Economies; 44. Technological Catch-Up and Economic Growth in East Asia and the Pacific; 45. The Asian Model, the Miracle, the Crisis and the Fund; 46. Lessons from the Asian Crisis. Vol.5: Part K: Globalisation and Growth After Asian Crisis; 47. How LDCs can Better Cope with Future "Asian" (Foreign Exchange) Crises: A Proposal; 48. Growth After the Asian Crisis: What Remains of the East Asian Model?; 49. East Asia: The Simmering Cauldron; 50. The Dichotomy Between North-East Asian Capitalism and South-east Asian Capitalism; 51. Globalization and Development Revisited in Light of Asian Experience; 52. Global Competition and Asian Economic Development: Some Neo-Schumpeterian Approaches and Their Relevance.
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The dominant feature of the world economy in new century is its increasing globalisation and growing fear of its consequences; it also shows marked reversal of attitudes in the third world from the time of Raul Prebisch. In a more independent world economy, any global or regional shock (e.g., the Asian crisis or Russian crisis of 1997-98) is rapidly propagated to other countries. We hear a lot about the creation of a borderless world and the end of nation state. By reducinig cost of communication, technology has helped to globalise production and finance. History may not have ended but geography, if not coming to an end, certainly matters less now. What really went wrong in East Asia, since for years, the market did not foresee any problems. They key domestic factors leading to crisis were the failure to dampen overheating pressures in the region. The banking crises here preceded the attacks on their currencies and currency crises were often preceded by a boom-bust cycle in property prices and in Thailand, as also in Japan, falling land prices played a leading role. Asian crisis may be interpreted in context of long waves of innovation world over. This volume brings together recent research work relating to the following elements:- 1. Asset bubbles and NICs' Model. 2. Miracle, Meltdown and the Contagion. 3. Lessons from Crisis and Collapses. 4. East Asian Growth Before and After the Crisis. 5. Growth Miracle and Policy Responses. 6. Contagion and Pulic Policy. 7. Asian Mode, Japan and Korea. 8. Issues in Theory and Policy. This series is dedicated to Raul Prebisch who underlined the dynamics of the world economy and interdependence between industrial countries of the North and LDCs of the South.
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