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Author: Gregory W. Noble,John Ravenhill
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The Asian Financial Crisis and the Architecture of Global Finance (Cambridge Asia-Pacific Studies) by Gregory W. Noble,John Ravenhill



CAMBRIDGE ASIA-PACIFIC STUDIES Cambridge Asia-Pacific Studies aims to provide a focus and forum for scholarly work on the Asia-Pacific region as a whole, and its component sub-regions, namely Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. Causes and Consequences of the Asian Financial Crisis Gregory W. Noble and John Ravenhill. The financial crisis that erupted in 1997 and engulfed Asia in gloom through the end of the millennium came as a shock to virtually all observers.

Emmers, Ralf and Ravenhill, John 2011. The Asian and global financial crises: consequences for East Asian regionalism. Contemporary Politics, Vol. 17, Issue. Lagged Learning and the Response to Equilibrium Shock: The Global Financial Crisis and IMF Surveillance. Journal of Public Policy, Vol. 31, Issue. The financial crises across Asia in 1997–98 ignited fierce debate about domestic economic weaknesses and flaws in the international financial system. Others assailed the inherent instability of global financial markets and what they considered to be hasty and ill-conceived liberalization taken at the behest of Western-dominated international financial institutions.

The financial crises across Asia in 1997-98 ignited fierce debate about domestic economic weaknesses and flaws in the international financial system.

Cambridge Asia-Pacific Studies). Author: Gregory W. Noble. In this volume a distinguished group of political scientists, economists, and practitioners examines the political and economic causes and consequences of the crisis

The financial crises across Asia in 1997-98 ignited fierce debate about domestic economic weaknesses and flaws in the international financial system.

Korea, Taiwan and the Asian financial crisis; Gregory W. Noble and John Ravenhill; 5 Indonesia: reforming the institutions of financial governance?; Natasha Hamilton-Hart; 6 Political impediments to far-reaching banking reforms in Japan: implications for Asia; Jennifer A. Amyx; 7 Dangers and opportunities: the implications of the Asian financial crisis for China; Hongying Wang; 8 The International Monetary Fund in the wake of the Asian crisis; Barry Eichengreen; 9 Taming the phoenix?; Monetary governance after the crisis; Benjamin J. Cohen; 10 The vagaries of debt: Indonesia and Korea; Thomas.

Gregory W. Noble and John Ravenhill (eds), The Asian Financial Crisis and the Architecture of Global Finance, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 2000. Seven out of 11 chapters focus on why countries chose the policies they did choose, and most of these chapters deal with particular countries, or comparisons between pairs of countries. The remaining four chapters, which deal mainly with general economic issues from.

Korea, Taiwan and the financial crisis Gregory W. Noble and John Ravenhill; 5. Indonesia: reforming the institutions of financial governance? Natasha Hamilton-Hart; 6. Political impediments to far-reaching banking reforms in Japan: implications for Asia Jennifer Amyx; 7. Dangers and opportunities: the implications of the Asian financial crisis for China Hongying Wang; 8. The International Monetary Fund in the wake of the Asian crisis Barry Eichengreen; 9. Taming the phoenix?; Monetary governance after the crisis Benjamin J. Cohen; 10. The vagaries of debt: Indonesia and Korea Thomas M. Callagh.

The financial crisis that erupted in 1997 and engulfed Asia in gloom through the end of the millennium came as a shock to virtually all observers.

Reforming the Global Financial Architecture  Asian crisis led to bring various proposals of global financial reforms.

The financial crises across Asia in 1997-98 ignited fierce debate about domestic economic weaknesses and flaws in the international financial system. Some analysts blamed Asian governments for inadequate prudential supervision, widespread failures of corporate governance and even "crony capitalism." Others assailed the inherent instability of global financial markets and what they considered to be hasty and ill-conceived liberalization taken at the behest of western-dominated international financial institutions. In this volume a distinguished group of political scientists, economists, and practitioners examines the political and economic causes and consequences of the crisis. To what extent were domestic economic factors to blame for the crisis? Why were some economies more prone to crisis than others? What are the costs and benefits of international financial liberalization? Who bears the risks and the costs of measures taken to reduce them? And what are the prospects for reform of the International Monetary Fund, international banking standards, and foreign exchange systems?