Growth after the Asian crisis: what remains of the East Asian model?
Jomo Kwame Sundaram, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Harvard University. Center for International Development, Group of Twenty-four
United Nations, 2001 - Business & Economics - 62 pages
Focuses on the East Asian economies most adversely affected by the financial crisis of 1997/98: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Republic of Korea.
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The East Asian debacle
Reforms and recovery
Reforming East Asia for sustainable development
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