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Who will provide the next financial model? : Asia's financial muscle and Europe's financial maturity

Author: Sahoko Kaji; Eiji Ogawa
Publisher: Tokyo ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
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During the past 4 years, faith in the present financial model has been shaken in terms of policy, regulation, the financial sector itself, and exchange-rate regimes. Past and present policies of the world's most respected central banks have come under fire. Regulations that defined the system have undergone major reviews. Complicated financial instruments that provided new ways of financial intermediation have been  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sahoko Kaji; Eiji Ogawa
ISBN: 9784431542827 4431542825
OCLC Number: 832736713
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Financial Regulation --
The EU's Approach to Improving Financial Regulation / Iain Begg --
Asia's Approach to Improve Financial Regulation / Atsushi Mimura --
Comment Paper to Chapters "The EU's Approach to Improving Financial Regulation" and "Asia's Approach to Improve Financial Regulation" / Jun Inoue --
Comment Paper to Chapters "The EU's Approach to Improving Financial Regulation" and "Asia's Approach to Improve Financial Regulation" / Satoshi Koibuchi --
Monetary Policy --
The European Central Bank and Implications of the Sovereign Debt Crisis / Francesco Drudi, Alain Durré, Francesco Paolo Mongelli --
Comment Paper to Chapter "The European Central Bank and Implications of the Sovereign Debt Crisis" / Soko Tanaka --
Evolution of Quantitative Easing / Shigenori Shiratsuka --
Comment Paper to Chapter "Evolution of Quantitative Easing" / Toshiki Jinushi --
Lessons Learned, Lessons Not Learned and the Lessons to Be Learned: From the Asian Crisis to the European Crises / Akira Ariyoshi --
Comment Paper to Chapter "Lessons Learned, Lessons Not Learned and the Lessons to Be Learned: From the Asian Crisis to the European Crises" / Masao Kumamoto --
The Financial Sector --
Is a New Financial Model Necessary for Growth? / Carlo Altomonte, Lorenzo Saggiorato --
Comment Paper to Chapter "Is a New Financial Model Necessary for Growth?" / Hideki Hayashi --
European Sovereign Crisis and Its Implications for Japan: Reducing Budget Deficits Without Damaging Recovery / Mitsuhiro Fukao --
Comment Paper to Chapter "European Sovereign Crisis and Its Implications for Japan: Reducing Budget Deficits Without Damaging Recovery" / Etsuko Katsu --
An Assessment of China's Banking System Reform / Alicia García-Herrero, Daniel Santabárbara --
Comment Paper to Chapter "An Assessment of China's Banking System Reform" / Tomoyuki Fukumoto --
Exchange Rate Systems --
Is the European Monetary Union Sustainable? The Role of Real Convergence / Helmut Wagner --
Comment Paper to Chapter "Is the European Monetary Union Sustainable? The Role of Real Convergence" / Eiji Okano --
Regional Monetary Cooperation in Asia / Eiji Ogawa --
Comment Paper to Chapter "Regional Monetary Cooperation in Asia" / Mei Kudo --
Europe's Unresolved Crisis / Paola Subacchi, Stephen Pickford --
Comment Paper to Chapter "Europe's Unresolved Crisis" / Kentaro Kawasaki --
The Exchange Rate Regime as a Tool to Advance Reform: Success or Failure? / Sahoko Kaji --
Comment Paper to Chapter "The Exchange Rate Regime as a Tool to Advance Reform: Success or Failure?" / Junko Shimizu.
Responsibility: Sahoko Kaji, Eiji Ogawa, editors.
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