Finance, Governance and Economic Performance in Pacific and South East Asia

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David G. Dickinson
Edward Elgar, Jan 1, 2000 - Business & Economics - 391 pages
This title focuses on key aspects of government policy, financial systems and their link to the economic miracle in Pacific and South East Asia. It examines the success of governance in the deregulation of markets and recovering from the economic crises which have affected the financial progress of the Asian economies. The book includes contributions on financial market openings in developing vountries; the impact of FDI on the economic growth of the ASEAN economies; governance, human capital, labour and endogenous growth in Asia Pacific; and lessons from the financial crisis as well as an overview of finance, development and growth.

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an overview
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Economic development financial development
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Financial market opening in developing countries
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Dickinson is Senior Lecturer in Economics and Director of the Money, Banking and Finance Programs at the University of Birmingham, England.

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