International Capital Movements and the Developing World: The Case of Taiwan


Written by a distinguished scholar and Taiwanese government official, this case study examines Taiwan's success in balancing inward and outward capital flow in a manner that has stimulated domestic development, stabilized the national economy, and created a growing trade surplus. Providing legal and policy analysis as well as information on the impact of specific types of regulation, Kuo outlines a method for evaluating the costs and benefits of foreign exchange controls and explores possible applications for economic development in other countries.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1991