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Mody, Ashoka

Works: 198 works in 860 publications in 6 languages and 10,522 library holdings
Genres: Case studies  Conference papers and proceedings 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other, Honoree
Classifications: HC460.5.Z9, 336
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Automation and world competition : new technologies, industrial location, and trade by Ashoka Mody( Book )
12 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 284 libraries worldwide
Resolution of financial distress : an international perspective on the design of bankruptcy laws by Stijn Claessens( Book )
19 editions published between 2001 and 2002 in English and held by 227 libraries worldwide
International public goods : incentives, measurement, and financing by Marco A Ferroni( Book )
17 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 216 libraries worldwide
"This book focuses on actions in the international arena to complement domestic efforts in addressing a set of policy challenges that has become more prominent in the age of globalization. It focuses on the strategic and practical challenges of fostering solutions that have the character of international public goods, paying particular attention to the financing of these goods."--Jacket
Infrastructure strategies in East Asia : the untold story by Ashoka Mody( Book )
13 editions published between 1996 and 1998 in English and held by 206 libraries worldwide
Case studies, Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, East Asia
Macroeconomic policies and poverty reduction by Ashoka Mody( Book )
18 editions published between 2005 and 2013 in English and held by 203 libraries worldwide
"Macroeconomic Policies and Poverty Reduction goes beyond the traditional literature on poverty, dealing with this critical topic in a technically sophisticated, yet accessible, manner. Recognizing that economic growth is crucial for poverty reduction, this book nevertheless emphasizes the importance of particular country circumstances in mediating the relationship between growth and poverty reduction. The innovative essays use country case studies to analyze how the political economy of budgetary decisions, financial reforms, and trade liberalization, and periods of crises affect inequality and poverty."--Jacket
Choices for efficient private provision of infrastructure in East Asia by Harinder S Kohli( Book )
20 editions published between 1997 and 1998 in English and Undetermined and held by 187 libraries worldwide
Systematic reform, participation, Malyasia, Chile, environment, India
Would collective action clauses raise borrowing costs? by Barry J Eichengreen( Book )
35 editions published between 1999 and 2000 in English and Undetermined and held by 151 libraries worldwide
Pricing of Bonds and Bank Loans in the Market for Developing Country Debt. The authors may be contacted at or
Financial reform : what shakes it? what shapes it? by Abdul Abiad( Book )
37 editions published between 1993 and 2007 in 7 languages and held by 141 libraries worldwide
Despite stops, gaps, and reversals, financial reforms advanced worldwide in the last quarter century. Using a new index of financial liberalization, we conclude that influential events shook the status quo, inducing both reforms and reversals, while learning, more so than ideology and country structure, shaped and sustained widespread reforms. Among shocks, a decline in global interest rates and balance of payments crises strengthened reformers; banking crises were associated with reversals, while new governments brought about both reforms and reversals. Learning occurred domestically-initial reforms raised the likelihood of further reforms-and through observing regional reform leaders. Among structural features, greater openness to trade appears to have increased the pace of financial reform
Foreign direct investment and the world economy by Ashoka Mody( Book )
13 editions published between 2005 and 2012 in English and held by 140 libraries worldwide
Asking the question of whether Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is 'integrating' the world economy, this volume consists of an overview of FDI research. It is useful for international and development economists
Global public policies and programs : implications for financing and evaluation: proceedings from a World Bank workshop ( Book )
12 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 136 libraries worldwide
Infrastructure delivery : private initiative and the public good by Ashoka Mody( Book )
19 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 129 libraries worldwide
Germany in an interconnected world economy by Ashoka Mody( Book )
8 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 57 libraries worldwide
Germany has been a central player in discussions on the future architecture of Europe, and has been called on to play a larger role in supporting global and, especially, European recovery from the financial crisis that triggered the Great Recession. This book focuses on the possible economic role of Germany and shows that the quantitative effects of a German fiscal stimulus would be small on the heavily indebted euro area periphery countries that most need the boost. The book finds that Germany itself faces a growth challenge and that efforts to raise its own growth potential are important for Germany, and that more rapid growth of domestic demand will more powerfully stimulate European economic growth through its expanded demand for imports
Sudden stops and IMF-supported programs by Barry J Eichengreen( Book )
19 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 33 libraries worldwide
Could a high-access, quick-disbursing "insurance facility" in the IMF help to reduce the incidence of sharp interruptions in capital flows ("sudden stops")? We contribute to the debate on this question by analyzing the impact of conventional IMF-supported programs on the incidence of sudden stops. Correcting for the non-random assignment of programs, we find that sudden stops are fewer and generally less severe when an IMF arrangement exists and that this form of "insurance" works best for countries with strong fundamentals. In contrast there is no evidence that a Fund-supported program attenuates the output effects of capital account reversals if these nonetheless occur
International dividend repatriations by Alexander Lehmann( Book )
12 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 21 libraries worldwide
From Bear Stearns to Anglo Irish : how eurozone sovereign spreads related to financial sector vulnerability by Ashoka Mody( Book )
15 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 20 libraries worldwide
This paper attempts to explain the recent rise and differentiation of sovereign spreads across the countries of the eurozone. Following the onset of the subprime crisis in July 2007, spreads rose but mainly on account of common global factors. The rescue of Bear Stearns in March 2008 marked a turning point. Countries thereafter were increasingly differentiated. Sovereign spreads of a eurozone country tended to rise when the prospects of its domestic financial sector worsened. It appears, therefore, that the rescue of Bear Stearns created a link between financial sector vulnerabilities and a larger contingent liability on public finances. Following the failure of Lehman Brothers, spreads also rose faster for countries with higher ratios of public debt-to-GDP. These transitional dynamics appear to have concluded with the nationalization of Anglo Irish: sovereign spreads throughout the eurozone jumped, with the jump emphasizing the differentiation by financial sector vulnerability and public debt levels. The results imply that, to varying degrees, countries may have moved to a new regime of weak economic outlook, financial sector fragilities, and strains on public finances
Managing confidence in emerging market bank runs by Se-Jik Kim( Book )
9 editions published between 2004 and 2005 in English and Undetermined and held by 17 libraries worldwide
In a rational-expectations framework, we model depositors' confidence as a function of the probability of future bank bailouts. We analyze the effect of alternative bank bailout policies on depositors' confidence in an emerging market setting, where liquidity shortages of banks are revealed sequentially and governments cannot credibly commit to bailing out all potentially distressed banks. Our findings suggest that allowing early bank failures and using available liquidity for credible commitments to later bailouts can better boost confidence than early bailouts. This conclusion arises because with a high chance of liquidity shortage in the future, depositors may lose confidence and hence withdraw deposits even from potentially sound banks. Such a policy of late bailouts is likely to receive political support when a full bailout needs to be financed by taxation. The logic of late bailout remains valid even when banks may hide their distress or when closures of early distressed banks create contagion
Breaking the impediments to budgetary reforms : evidence from Europe by Stefania Fabrizio( Book )
11 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 14 libraries worldwide
Under what conditions are budget institutions likely to be strengthened? We find that fiscal deficits do not help in focusing policymakers on undertaking reforms. To the contrary, the larger the deficit, the lower is the likelihood of reforms. Large deficits apparently imply strong claims on the budget and, hence, generate unwillingness to impose self-discipline. As such, countries will tend to move either to small fiscal deficits and good institutions or large deficits and weak institutions. Economic shocks (if they are large enough) can help build a constituency for improving budget institutions. However, if forgiving markets accommodate economic shocks, even such pressure may be insufficient. Forwardlooking and credible leadership appears to be an important ingredient of the solution
The second transition : Eastern Europe in perspective by Stefania Fabrizio( Book )
16 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 14 libraries worldwide
The countries of Eastern Europe achieved two remarkable transitions in the short period of the last two decades: from plan to market and, then, in the run-up to and entry into the European Union, they rode a wave of global trade and financial market integration. Focusing on the second transition, this paper reaches three conclusions. First, by several metrics, East European and East Asian growth performances were about on par from the mid-1990s; both regions far surpassed Latin American growth. Second, the mechanisms of growth in East Europe and East Asia were, however, very different. East Europe relied on a distinctive-often discredited-model, embracing financial integration with structural change to compensate for appreciating real exchange rates. In contrast, East Asia contained further financial integration and maintained steady or depreciating real exchange rates. Third, the ongoing financial turbulence has, thus far, not had an obviously differential impact on emerging market regions: rather, the hot spots in each region reflect individual country vulnerabilities. If the East European growth model is distinctive, is it sustainable and replicable? The paper speculates on the possibilities
Can budget institutions counteract political indiscipline? by Stefania Fabrizio( Book )
10 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 14 libraries worldwide
The budget is an expression of political rather than economic priorities. We confirm this proposition for a group of new and potential members of the European Union, finding that politics dominates. The contemporary practice of democracy can increase budget deficits through not only ideological preferences but also more fragmented government coalitions and higher voter participation. Long-term structural forces, triggered by societal divisions and representative electoral rules, have more ambiguous implications but also appear to increase budget pressures, as others have also found. However, our most robust, and hopeful, finding is that budget institutions-mechanisms and rules of the budget process-that create checks and balances have significant value even when the politics is representative but undisciplined, and when long-term structural forces are unfavorable
Paths to Eurobonds by Stijn Claessens( Computer File )
7 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
This paper discusses proposals for common euro area sovereign securities. Such instruments can potentially serve two functions: in the short-term, stabilize financial markets and banks and, in the medium-term, help improve the euro area economic governance framework through enhanced fiscal discipline and risk-sharing. Many questions remain on whether financial instruments can ever accomplish such goals without bold institutional and political decisions, and, whether, in the absence of such decisions, they can create new distortions. The proposals discussed are also not necessarily competing substitutes; rather, they can be complements to be sequenced along alternative paths that possibly culminate in a fully-fledged Eurobond. The specific path chosen by policymakers should allow for learning and secure the necessary evolution of institutional infrastructures and political safeguards
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Ashoka Mody.
Ashoka Mody Indian economist
Ashūkā Mūdī
Mody, Aska 1956-
Mūdī, Ashūkā
Mūdī, Ashūkā 1956-
مودي، اشوكا
English (305)
French (5)
Chinese (2)
Arabic (2)
Russian (2)
Spanish (2)
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