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IMF/World Bank Response to Asian Crisis

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In the paper “IMF/World Bank Response to Asian Crisis,” the author discusses the crises in East Asian countries, which reflected a few of the characteristics of earlier financial crises in Central and Latin America. Government budgets had been recording substantial surpluses…
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Malaysia Exchange Controls during the Asian Crisis

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The present paper is prepared with the objectives of finding out the reasons for the financial Asian crisis and Malaysia exchange controls, what happened and what was the extent of damage, measures to control the crisis, shortcomings and future strategies. …
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Bad Lending Leading to the East Asian Crisis In 1990s

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Prior to the recent global economic crisis of 2008, world financial markets had to witness the East Asian economic turmoil during the year 1997. The economic crisis in East Asia was escorted by bad lending practices which resulted in the devaluation of currencies, reduction of exports, loss of economic credibility and adverse economic growth. …
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Bad lending leading to the East Asian crisis in 1990s

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Name: Tutor: Course: Date: University: Bad Lending Leading to East Asia Crisis in 1990s Introduction The crisis in East Asian is among the most critical events in the recent past. The crisis did not only affect East Asia alone, but it impacted the worldwide crisis in 1990s, among them being like Russia in 1998, Brazil in 1998-1999, and Mexico in 1995…
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Liberalisation that Triggered the Asian Crisis and the Apparent Insulation of China and India

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As the world embarked in globalisation of business and trade, a spectre of inherent and structural failure to adapt to rapidly changing environments and financial liberalisation almost toppled East Asian economies in 1997. …
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Public Finance
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South Korea during the Asian Crisis: The IMF and Lessons in Public Finance The Asian Currency Crisis of 1997 also known as the “Asian Crisis” and as the “Asian Financial Crisis” preceded the United States and the current global crisis also known as the “global financial crisis” that started in 2008…
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The Determinants of Financial Crisis in Asia

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This essay "The Determinants of Financial Crisis in Asia" analyzes the Asian crisis which was caused by the combination of huge devaluations and IMF and U.S. government-backed financial liberalization and recovery program that heavily contracted liquidity…
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The Monetary Policy in the U.S.and the UK
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The paper 'The Monetary Policy in the U.S.and the UK' presents monetary policy which is used by the governments, central banks, or monetary authorities that manages the supply of money in order to control inflation or deflation, fluctuations in the exchange rate…
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Economic and Political Issues in Asia
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Economic and Political Issues in Asia Abstract The purpose of this paper is to identify the reasons behind the eruption of 2008 US financial crisis. Furthermore, this paper attempts to determine the major differences and similarities between 2008 US financial crisis and 1998 Asian financial crisis in terms of cause and consequences…
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The Asian Financial Crises

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In the paper “The Asian Financial Crises” the author focuses on the significance of the Asian financial crises, which were caused by sudden increase in the amount of capital from Asian countries which did not have an ample system of sensible regulations…
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Asian Financial Crisis and Globalisation

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When the world first came up with the idea of globalization, its main aim was to integrate the regional economies, cultures and societies through a global network of political ideas. Through this it was anticipated that the economy of many countries would improve tremendously…
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Derivatives and financial crisis

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The asset price fluctuations influence the price of the derivative. It is resorted by individual and companies to hedge risk and also to speculate. There are usually two types of…
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The Losing the Competitive Advantages of Keiretsu Inter-Firm Structure
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The main concern of this paper under the title "The Lost of Its Competitive Advantages Due to Globalization" touches upon the information of the Keiretsu Inter-Firm Structure, the Competitive Advantage, the decline of Japan’s Economy between the 1990s up to the 21 Century…
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Impact of the recent financial crisis to Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Korea

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In the past few decades, major Asian economic powers such as Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Korea, had shown the most remarkable…
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Financial Crisis in South Korea

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Martin Hart-Landsberg and Paul Burkett's “Economic Crisis and Restructuring in South Korea Beyond the Free Market-Statist Debate” offers an analysis of the causes, nature and consequences of the restructuring process of post- Asian crisis South Korea. In the process of identifying the causes, the authors discussed the various aspects of restructuring and reforms which will be reviewed here. …
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The Economic Success of South Korea
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The Korean economy is often looked up to as a model for economic success in Asia. Some of the salient economic issues concerning Korea’s development shall be discussed here from the works of Ajit Singh, Ha-Joon Chang and Alice Amsden, and a few other authors…
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Discuss the arguments for and against the reform of the international financial (monetary) system

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The precedent period has observed the orderly diminution of blockades to the unbound course of merchandise, services, and resources from corner to corner national boundaries. Even as these transforms have assisted quicker financial expansion and larger affluence, they also…
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Economic Finance
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Economic finance INTRODUCTION The arguments presented by Joseph E. Stiglitz had ignited debates around the world concerning the effectiveness of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) policies in context to the East Asian Financial Crisis of the late 1990s…
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Currency Crises Models
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The main purpose of this essay “Currency Crises Models” is to provide a critical overview of currency crises. A comprehensive evaluation and analysis of the first-generation, second-generation and third-generation of currency crises models are given with reference to recent global economic catastrophes…
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Should China be Promoting Big Business Groups
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This essay talks that China has made a decision to promote large enterprises and enterprise groups as a way to show its commitment in economic reforms. It is essential to note the fact that large scale enterprises have played a vital role in china’s development…
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First-generation, Second-generation and Third-generation of Currency Crises Models
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This essay talks that currency crisis is the focus of extensive economic literature and research today in addition to it’s theoretical as well as empirical study. Immense pressure on the currency is created in particular because the investor now lack confidence in the currency. …
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1997-1998 Asian financial crisis

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Beginning from the growth period during 1950s and 1960s East Asia didn’t seem to experience massive shock of the happening. Huge amount of attention was given to economic scale specifically to forces of the market and choice of the economic policies that might have…
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Critics of South East Asias Political and Economic Systems
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The author of the "Critics of South East Asia’s Political and Economic Systems" paper examines the legitimacy of prescriptions of new approaches that would deal with the crisis in China, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan and give recommendations on the way forward…
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East Asian Financial Crisis

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The paper provides a review of past researches made on the area and tries to encompass the causes as well as the impact of the East Asian financial crisis of 1997-98. In addition, a paragraph has been added as a conclusive note about the lessons learnt from the crisis, as figured out by various researchers…
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Dornbusch Overshooting Hypothesis

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About thirty years ago, one of the most -perhaps "the most" -influential paper in international finance, the famous overshooting paper by Rudi Dornbusch (Dornbusch, 1976) was published. It is at least the most cited paper in the area and the most regularly used in courses of international Finance (Rogoff 2002)…
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A Macroeconomic Crisis That Occurred during the Period 1900-2005

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The paper "A Macroeconomic Crisis That Occurred during the Period 1900-2005" describes that from a brief period of economic boom, Asia witnessed a financial crisis in 1997. Asia is far removed geographically from most of the developed world. Nevertheless, the Asian financial crisis took down with it many of the successful economies of the developed world. …
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Economics: financial crisis in Asia

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Economics is generally considered the science of a business as it has a wider and greater application in the modern context and includes various aspects like production, distribution and marketing. Traditional business and the related activities have suffered dilemma of different types due to the lack of infrastructural facilities…
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What Steps Have Been Taken To Enhance The Stability Of The Financial System In Singapore What Are The Main Steps That Remain To Be Taken

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This Financial System Stability Assessment (FSSA) report is based on the work of three Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) missions that visited Singapore in November 2002, July-August 2003, and September 2003. …
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Evaluate an article
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The Economist Newspaper article is about the effects of cost of production and how the cost of production can influence the profitability of the business and strategies of operating a business. The cost of operating business affects investor opportunities and operating…
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South East Asia Currency Crisis

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The currency crisis occurred in the south east Asia region since 1997, at different intervals in each affected country and spread across other South East Asian countries after, beginning from Thailand…
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How effective has the IMF been in helping countries in financial difficulty
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A nation in severe problems and unable in compensating its international bills poses possible problems for the stability of the international financial system which was created to be protected by the IMF. IMF has programs with more than fifty nations and has committed more than…
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Critically examine why financial liberalisation brought financial crisis in most of the Asian countries (for example South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia and Thaila

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This paper is a critical examination of the link between financial liberalisation and financial crisis. We begin by defining the concept of financial markets, how and why they go about the process of liberalisation, the recent experience of countries getting into a financial crisis, and how the crisis is linked to the liberalisation of financial markets.
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International Financial Crises
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The present essay "International Financial Crises" dwells on the economic crises. As the author puts it, the twentieth century was marked by great political progress, industrial and technological advancements, and a heightened sense of social consciousness…
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Free Trade
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Free trade also can be defined as business transactions between countries without any restrictions that are imposed by the government. This paper will review in detail the effects of free trade or open trade and argue, that successful developing economies are not characterised by greater trade openness…
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Macroeconomic convergence, financial development and economic growth: CHINA
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Macroeconomic convergence, financial development and economic growth: CHINA Literature Review Introduction China began its economic reform from the year 1978. Since then the nation has experienced steady and rapid growth of per capita economic growth which is among the highest rates in the global economic history…
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Fiscal Policy and Economic Growth
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This article is analyzed on the basis of managed floating regime rather than currency exchange system i.e. all models have been included in the analysis in a floating diagram in order to support the floating regime of exchange among the countries. …
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International Economics
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Singapore is 80 times richer than Myanmar and attracts US$5000 FDI per capita while Myanmar receives only US$6 per capita. The location in heart of Asia has lead to faster growth of ASEAN nations. The trade patterns in ASEAN nation underwent many changes. ASEAN…
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Dunnings eclectic Principle
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John Dunning was the person behind developing the framework, which has helped in integrating various stratum of integration. A suggested set of interrelated and general principle of three has been given in order to get the grip of production in international sphere. …
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Int Econ Term Paper
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Name Surname Supervisor Subject Date Int Econ Term Paper Vietnam is a South-East Asian country with a population of around 6.5 million. Before 1975, it was in war with the US. The country initiated economic reforms (called doi moi) in 1986. Until then it had meager exports in agricultural products; however, as reforms progressed and foreign direct investment (FDI) increased, the GDP and exports grew dramatically…
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Samsung Electronics Global Marketing
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This research is being carried out to discuss and present issues relating to SEC’s turnaround strategy during the Asian Financial Crisis and implications of those strategies to the Marketing  Department both domestic as well as International…
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Marketing in Aisa

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In the context of globalization and increased competition among the multinational companies, the fight for market share both in domestic as well as in international markets is very intense. Identifying the opportunities is the key to success. The "New Management Initiative" started by then president Lee has helped Samsung to perform well during the Asian Crisis…
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Koreas Industrial and Trade Policy
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In the paper “Korea’s Industrial and Trade Policy” the author analyzes periods 1961-1990 when South Korea was recorded to have one of the highest saving and investment rates in the whole world (Mankiw). It was recorded to be more than 20% on average…
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Wild Ride Summary and Opinion

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In the article titled A Wild Ride the author points out the dangerously thin ice that the US economy is skating on. The article reports that the recent three quarters of a percentage point reduction in interest rates was a desperate attempt by the Federal Reserve Board to shore up the sagging markets…
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2 tpoic
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The country is a point of interest because it has been showing positive economic developments that was not present in the past. For decades, the country has been relegated as a basket case of Asia or the…
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Gucci case

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After leaving company with the owner’s two sons: Aldo and Rodolfo; personal conflicts between the two significantly deteriorate the quality of its product-line, brand image as well as the company’s…
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Asian Financial Crises 1997

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Asia is a happening place as far as spread of globalization is concerned. It's a huge market with countries like China, India, Malaysia, Thailand etc. In fact the Asia Pacific region comprises of 46 countries, but the number of big economies is less. It's been ten years since some of the Asian economies suffered badly on account of currency and banking crisis…
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Asian financial crisis of 1997

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As countries is Asia were gearing for some fast paced development, the Asian currency1 suddenly took a nosedive bring the economy down like a house of cards. History tells us that the Asian…
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Asian economic crisis: the initial stages of the crisis and the major causes of it

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This paper talks about the initial stages of the Asian Economic Crisis and analyzes the major causes of it. Several structural weaknesses in the economies of South East Asia are identified as the causes of the crisis. Active IMF’s intervention helped to stabilize the situation in the region…
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Resent Collapse of Financial Sector in Southeast Asia in 1997
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Several factors are responsible for the financial crisis of South East Asia in 1997 and an effort has been made to study the consequences and to evolve the efficient management strategies to prevent the similar type of incidents. This essay shed the light on such accident…
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A New Business of Rodamas
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This study discusses Rodamas which is facing a new business challenge which is expected to happen at the center d of year 2008. Because of the changes in the business environment, it is highly recommended for Rodamas to expand its business opportunity in the international market…
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