Private Sector Involvement and International Financial Crises: An Analytical Perspective

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List of Figures
1.1 Net private capital flows to emerging market economies 3
1.2 Korean current account balance and net private capital inflows 4
1.3 Korea Development Bank bond yield spread 5
1.4 Short-term debt and reserves in Korea 7
1.5 Korean won-US Dollar exchange rate: 1996-2000 7
3.1 Reaction function slopes and multiple equilibria 25
3.2 Multiple equilibria in the Obstfeld (1996) model 28
4.1 Timing of the speculative attack 38
4.2 The optimal contract in the Allen and Gale (1998) model 42
4.3 Costly liquidation in the Allen and Gale (1998) model 45
5.1 The switching point 49
5.2 The tri-partite classification of fundamentals 55
5.3 Effects on welfare of a simple rule 58
5.4 Welfare effects of increasing exit taxes 58
7.1 Comparing the three approaches in building indicator models 72
7.2 Performance of the indicators 77
7.3 Exchange rate pressure index—Mexico 88
7.4 Exchange rate pressure index—Thailand 89
7.5 Real private lending—Latin America 92
7.6 Real private lending—Asia 93
8.1 Average purchases (GRA) per year (excluding reserve tranches) 112
8.2 Number of GRA purchases (excluding reserve tranches) andtheir scale relative to GDP 113
9.1 The impact of policy intervention on lending and welfare 125
9.2 Welfare and the costs of crisis 126
9.3 Welfare and the efficacy of measures to mitigate crisis costs 126
10.1 The value of the project 137
10.2 Equilibrium expected payoff 140
10.3 Recovery rate regimes and the maturity profile (permanent measure) 142
10.4 Recovery rate regimes and the maturity profile (temporary measure) 143
10.5 Catalytic finance in a global games framework 149
11.1 Time-line of events in each period 173

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Table of contents

  • Private Sector Involvement and International Financial Crises: An Analytical Perspective iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Figures xi
  • List of Tables xiii
  • Part I the Analytics of Crisis 13
  • Part II Reforming the International Financial Architecture 103
  • Appendix a Solution to the First-Order Differential Equation 187
  • Bibliography 195
  • Index 205
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