Implications of the Global Financial Crisis for Financial Reform and Regulation in Asia

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Masahiro Kawai, David G. Mayes, Peter Morgan
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 278 pages
Filled with fresh observations from the global financial crisis, this book provides a blueprint for making Asia's financial systems safe. With contributions from experts in several countries, it is both comprehensive and rigorous.
 

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Contents

1 The global financial crisis and its implications for financial sector reform and regulation in Asia
1
PART I Financial Surveillance and Regulation to Prevent Crises
27
2 Strengthening systemic financial regulation
29
3 Enlisting macroprudential and market regulatory structures to strengthen prudential supervision
50
some lessons from experience
69
5 Securitized products financial regulation and systemic risk
94
lessons for emerging market economies
115
PART II Regional Financial Monitoring and Coordination
135
stakes and options for Asia
157
PART III Financial Crisis Management and Resolution
177
crisis prevention containment and resolution
179
some issues and perspectives
200
PART IV Promotion of Asian Bond Markets
219
why and how?
221
international perspectives
248
Index
271

a wakeup call for strengthening regional monitoring of financial markets and regional coordination of financial sector policies?
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