International Financial Governance under Stress: Global Structures versus National Imperatives

By Geoffrey R.D Underhill; Xiaoke Zhang | Go to book overview

Index
accountability 3, 5, 13, 32, 82, 84–5, 91–2, 140, 269, 295, 310, 370
accounting 263, 265, 283, 333
international standards (IASs) 263–4, 273
policies 265
practices 54, 152, 274, 277
principles 151
reform 265, 267–9
regulations 264, 273, 276
standards 87, 89
system 5, 264, 278
Afghanistan 23
agricultural co-operatives (Japan) 228
Albania 173
Alexashenko, S. 161
alliances 121, 204, 217
apocalyptic perspective 8, 24–5, 33, 35–6
Argentina 1, 348–9, 360
Arthur Andersen 273, 275
ASEAN 112, 224–5, 233, 236
plus three 233
Asia
regional co-operation 3, 111–12, 233–4, 238, 365–6, 376–7
regional monetary co-operation 232–4, 236, 238
regionalism 234, 238
swap networks in 232, 234, 236
Asian crises see also east Asian crises 1, 4, 11–12, 27, 34, 43, 53, 61, 69, 72, 85, 101, 110, 112, 161, 171, 188, 199, 223–4, 233, 238, 274, 286, 315–16, 332, 362, 370, 375–7
causes of 32, 243
effects of 286
financial 7, 9, 11–12, 21, 24, 26, 51, 89, 152, 214, 223–4, 228, 230, 238, 295, 331, 360, 370
Asian Development Bank (ADB) 26
Asian Monetary Fund (AMF) see also Japan 111, 224–5, 232, 233, 365, 377
asset management companies (AMCs – China) 213
Australia 224
Bagehot’s doctrine 346–7
bail-ins 14, 344–5, 347, 349–50, 354
bail-outs 28, 31, 110, 112, 120, 131, 232, 287, 297, 344
balance of payments 23, 27, 46, 79, 174, 182, 313–15
crises 175, 314
Bangkok Bank of Commerce (BBC) 251–2
Bangkok International Banking Facility (BIBF – Thailand) 248–9
Bangladesh 46
Bank Bali scandal 133–4
Bank Central Asia 131
bank deposits 46, 348
Bank for International Settlements (BIS) 26, 141, 213, 289, 335, 336
Bank Indonesia (BI) 124–5, 131–4, 268, 270
Bank Indonesia Liquidity Funds (BLBI) 129–31
Bank Niaga (Indonesia) 131
Bank of England 330, 346
Bank of Japan 232
Bank of Korea (BOK) 145, 246, 256, 259
Bank of Mexico 66
Bank Summa (Indonesia) 125

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