International Finance: Contemporary Issues

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INDEX

a
AAA 103 , 118
absolute PPP 34
adjustment in the US economy 531 -2
adjustment lending 80
alternative finance 494 - 500
arbitrage pricing theory 294
Asia-Pacific economies 319 -28
Asia-Pacific equity markets 255 -6
Asia-Pacific region 551
Asian Newly Industrializing Economies 20
asset diversification 258 -63
asymmetric expectations 487

b
Baker and Brady plans 471 -2
balance of payments viability 88
bank bail-out 481
bankers' acceptance market 583
Basle ratio 6
Basle-Nyborg agreement 204
benign neglect policy 189
Big Four, 582 -3, 588
Black Monday 416
bond financing 5 , 6 - 7
borrowing costs 499
Brady, Nicholas 472
Bretton Woods 408 , 409 -11
bubbles in exchange rate 189

c
callable capital 72
capital asset pricing model 294 -6
capital controls 334
capital flight 276 -7, 500 -2
capital gains tax 608 -9
capital market opening in Asia 319 -20
capital market internationalization 592
capital mobility under EMU 213 -14
Cassel-Keynes method 412
catch 22 502
cheap dollar parity 409
Chicago Mercantile Exchange 19
Citicorp 471 -2
closed interest parity 28
convertability 553
corporatization 112 -13
country risk 431 -2, 436 ;
and asset evaluation 461 -3;
and comparative advantage 458 -60;
and safe haven 539 -40;
definition 451 , 452 , 457 -8;
sources 452 -5
country risk 501 -4
covered interest differential 39 - 43 , 341 -2
creditworthiness 86
credit rating agency 194
credit risk 23 -4
cross-market volatility 319
currency barriers 339 -42
currency competition 136
currency composition:
of bank assets 585 -6;
of world trade 555
currency domain 425
currency use determinants 566 -8
current account behaviour 64 -5;
deficits 522 -6;
imbalances 54 ;
monetary policy 68

d
dealer spread 562
debt, of the US 544 -8;
burden 74 ;
ceiling 485 ;
crisis 77 ;
discount facility 481
debt-equality ratio 105
debt-equity swaps 107 , 474
debt overhang 95 ;
rating 103 ;
relief 481
debt relief Laffer curve 473 , 477 , 504 -5
default ratio 486
deficits, of the US 528 -31
degree of freedom 244 -5
deindustrialization 511
Delors Committee report 125 , 148 , 151 -3, 179 , 198 , 211 , 250
Deutschmark 568 -9, 573 -7
devaluation 94
development banking 117
development paradigm of IMF 87
direct currency substitution 435

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