East Asia's Monetary Future: Integration in the Global Economy
Suthiphand Chirathivat, Emil Maria Claassen, Jürgen Schroeder
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 250 pages
Leading scholars from East Asia, Europe and the US contribute new insights to the key questions facing the organization and future of the monetary system in East Asia.
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East Asias monetary future an introduction
EAST ASIAS MONETARY FUTURE
Currency area formation and the East Asian region
One country two monetary systems Hong Kong and China
The role of the yen in East Asia
The dollarization debate is it over?
The East Asian exchange rate dilemma and the world dollar standard
EAST ASIAS CURRENCY CRISIS AND MONETARY RESPONSES
Causes of the currency crisis Indonesia Korea Malaysia the Philippines and Thailand
Exchange rate policy and the Asian crisis Thailand Indonesia and Korea
Inflation targeting after the currency crisis the case of Thailand
Rethinking capital controls the case of Malaysia
Singapore and Brunei lessons for monetary clusters within East Asia
Costs and benefits of a common currency for the ASEAN
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