East Asia in Crisis: From Being a Miracle to Needing One?

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures viii
  • Tables x
  • Contributors xii
  • Foreword xv
  • Acknowledgements xvi
  • Part I - Overview 1
  • 1 - The East Asian Crisis 3
  • Part II - Case Studies: the Troubled Economies 29
  • 2 - Indonesia 31
  • 3 - Thailand 49
  • Notes 65
  • 4 - Korea 66
  • 5 - Malaysia 85
  • Part III - Case Studies: Safe Behind Closed Doors? 103
  • 6 - China 105
  • 7 - Vietnam 120
  • 8 - India 131
  • Notes 140
  • Part IV - Case Studies: Other Countries' Experience 143
  • 9 - The Philippines 145
  • 10 - Singapore and Hong Kong 162
  • 11 - Taiwan 179
  • 12 - Japan 189
  • Notes 205
  • 13 - Australia 207
  • Part V - Global Perspectives 225
  • 14 - Internationally Mobile Capital and the Global Economy 227
  • 15 - The Role of the International Monetary Fund 245
  • 16 - Will Mexico's Recovery from Crisis Be a Model for East Asia? 266
  • Part VI - Policy Implications 285
  • 17 - The Role of Prudential Regulation 287
  • 18 - Exchange Rate Regimes for the Future 304
  • 19 - Long-Term Implications for Developing Countries 312
  • Part VII - Reflections on the Crisis 331
  • 20 - The New Era of Financial Fragility 333
  • 21 - Economic Lessons 352
  • References 367
  • Index 381
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