Global Governance and Financial Crises

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3.1 Details of the two assets 23
3.2 A mean-preserving spread of risky asset returns 24
3.3 Credit, risky asset prices and interest rates 28
3.4 A mean-preserving spread of financial risk 28
4.1 Synopsis of the Fund's mandate 58
4.2 Types of international prudential organization 60
6.1 East Asia four: macroeconomic indicators 86
6.2 East Asian four: lending by BIS reporting banks by sector 87
6.3 Exposure of BIS reporting banks to non-BIS borrowers 88
6.4 Maturity distribution of lending by BIS reporting banks to selected Asian economies 88
6.5 East Asian four: debt service and short-term debt 90
6.6 East Asian four: exchange rates and depreciation against US dollar 96
6.A1 East Asian four: macroeconomic indicators 112
6.A2(a) Thailand: foreign debt indicators 114
6.A2(b) Indonesia: foreign debt indicators 115
6.A2(c) Malaysia: foreign debt indicators 116
6.A2(d) Korea: foreign debt indicators 117
6.A3(a) Thailand: loans and advances by commercial banks 118
6.A3(b) Indonesia: loans and advances by commercial banks 118
6.A3(c) Malaysia: loans and advances by commercial banks 119
6.A3(d) Korea: loans and advances by commercial banks 119

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  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Figures viii
  • Tables x
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Financial Crises and Global Governance 6
  • 3 - Asset Price Bubbles and Monetary Policy 19
  • 4 - The International Monetary Fund 43
  • Bibliography 68
  • 5 - Regulating Global Finance 70
  • 6 - Crises, Recovery and Reforms in East Asia 83
  • 7 - Mexico, Korea and Brazil 120
  • Notes 153
  • Index 159
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