Global Governance and Financial Crises

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3.1 Credit and asset prices 27
3.2 Optimal risk sharing 34
3.3 Consumption without central bank intervention 37
3.4 Asset pricing without central bank intervention 38
4.1 Reserve positions in the Fund and international reserves 51
4.2 IMF quotas and world exports 51
4.3 Total liabilities of beneficiary countries in percentage of IMF quotas 54
4.4 Credit outstandings by type of facilities 55
6.1 East Asian 4: monthly interest rates, January 1997-May 2000 95
6.2 East Asian 4: monthly foreign exchange rates, January 1996-June 2000 96
6.3 (a) Indonesia, Korea, Thailand and Malaysia: annual budget balances, 1996-99; (b) Korea, Thailand and Malaysia: quarterly budget balances, 1997Q1-99Q4 98
6.A1 (a) Thailand: quarterly merchandise trade balance and reserves, 1997Q1-2000Q1; (b) Indonesia: quarterly merchandise trade balance and reserves, 1997Q1-99Q4; (c) Malaysia: quarterly merchandise trade balance and reserves, 1997Q1-99Q4; (d) Korea: quarterly merchandise trade balance and reserves, 1997Q1-2000Q1 110
6.A2 (a) Thailand: GDP growth, foreign exchange and interest rate, 1997Q1-2000Q1; (b) Indonesia: GDP growth, foreign exchange and interest rate, 1997Q1-2000Q1; (c) Malaysia: GDP growth, foreign exchange and interest rate, 1997Q1-2000Q1; (d) Korea: GDP growth, foreign exchange and interest rate, 1997Q1-2000Q1 111
7.1 Latin America and East Asia: aggregate net capital flows before financial liberalisation, and between financial liberalisation and financial crisis 123
7.2 G7: assets of institutional investors 123
7.3 Derivatives markets: notional values of outstanding 'over-the-counter' interest rate, currency and exchange-traded derivative contracts 124

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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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