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Economic liberalization and integration in east Asia : a post-crisis paradigm.

Author: Yung Chul Park; Oxford University Press.
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2005.
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In this book Park argues for the continuing validity of an 'East Asian' model of economic development that differs distinctly from the Washington Consensus. He argues that, while this model was undermined to some extent by the 1997-98 financial crisis, i.
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Genre/Form: Electronic resource
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Yung Chul Park; Oxford University Press.
ISBN: 0199276773 9780199276776 128219951X 9781282199514
OCLC Number: 191826359
Description: 1 online resource (294 pages)
Contents: Cover --
Contents --
List of Figures --
List of Tables --
List of Abbreviations --
Part I. Successes and Failures of the East Asian Development Paradigm --
1. Introduction --
2. Characteristics and Accomplishments of the East Asian Development Paradigm --
2.1. East Asian Development Models of Four Different Generations --
2.2. Accomplishments of the East Asian Development Model --
2.3. Initial conditions, Asian values, and Institutions --
3. Development Policies and Governance --
3.1. Market Friendly Policies --
3.2. Interventionist Policies and Export Promotion --
3.3. The Role of Government and Governance --
4. Failures of the East Asian Development Model: An Overview --
5. Failures in Governance and Institution Building --
5.1. The Breakdown of the Governance Mechanism --
5.2. Institutional Quality --
6. Weaknesses of the Corporate and Financial Sector --
6.1. Corporate Sector: the Fall of East Asian Corporations --
6.2. Financial Sector Fragility: Financial Repression and Crony Capitalism --
Part II. The Asian Crisis: Causes and Consequences --
7. The Buildup of the Crisis --
7.1. Capital Inflows and Investment Boom and Bust --
7.2. Structural Reform and Recovery --
8. Causes of the East Asian Crisis: Structural Weakness vs. Liquidity Panic View --
8.1. Structural Weaknesses --
8.2. Were they the Direct Causes? --
8.3. The Liquidity Panic View --
9. A Re-evaluation of the IMF Reform Program: Wrong Diagnosis and Wrong Prescription --
9.1. The IMF as a Manager and Lender of Capital Account Crises --
9.2. Multiplicity of Reform Programs --
10. The IMF Structural Reforms: Inconsistencies in the Program --
10.1. Conflicts between Structural Reform Measures --
10.2. Wrong Sequencing in Financial and Corporate Restructuring --
Part III. Institutional Reform: Challenges and Prospects --
11. Reform of Government and Industrial Policy --
11.1. The Role of Government --
11.2. Industrial Policy and Export Orientation --
12. Institution Building for Governance --
12.1. Governance --
12.2. Public Sector Malfeasance --
13. Corporate Sector Reform: Governance --
13.1. Corporate Debt Workout --
13.2. Restructuring of Family-owned Industrial Groups --
14. Social Welfare and Industrial Relations --
14.1. Social Welfare --
14.2. Democratization and Labor Participation --
Part IV. Financial Liberalization and Opening --
15. Progress in and Prospects for the Financial Sector Reform --
15.1. Banks vs. Capital Markets in Emerging Economies --
15.2. Reform Agenda --
16. Exchange Rate Regimes: Fear of Floating --
16.1. Reluctant Floaters --
16.2. Intermediate Regimes for East Asia --
17. Capital Account Liberalization --
17.1. Capital Account Liberalization and Economic Recovery in East Asia --
17.2. Prospects for Capital Account Liberalization --
Part V. Economic Integration in East Asia --
18. Trade Integration --
18.1. Proliferation of Bilateral FTAs --
18.2. Factors behind the Proliferation of FTAs in East Asia --
18.3. Negotiated Liberalization or Protectionism? --
19. Financial Integration --
19.1. The Chiang Mai Initiative --
19.2. The Asian Bond Market Initiative (ABMI) --
20. Prospects for Economic Cooperation and Integration in East Asia --
20.1. Structural Constraints --
20.2. Trade Integration --
20.3. Financial Integration --
21. Reserve Accumulation in East Asia and Transpacific Trade Imbalance --
21.1. Causes and Potential Consequences of the Transpacific I.
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Throughout the text, Park offers a commendable balance of theoretical and empirical analysis...As a result, Park is able to reach out to a wider academic audience. Christopher M. Dent Asian Affairs

 
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