Monetary and Currency Policy Management in Asia

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Masahiro Kawai, Peter J. Morgan, Shinji Takagi
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
Asian economies strengthened their monetary and currency management after the Asian financial crisis of 19971998, and came through the global financial crisis of 20072009 relatively well. Nevertheless, the recent global crisis has presented new challenges
 

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Contents

an overview
1
PART I Monetary Policy Issues
25
2 The role and effectiveness of unconventional monetary policy
27
which way forward?
64
PART II Exchange Rate Policy and Reserve Management Issues
97
floaters vs nonfloaters in East Asia
99
theory and international evidence
120
PART III Recommendations Related to the Impossible Trinity
141
6 The financial crisis rethinking of the global financial architecture and the trilemma
143
7 Asia confronts the impossible trinity
193
PART IV Impacts on Asia of the Global Financial Crisis and Policy Responses
217
a modelbased dynamic analysis
219
PART V Regional Cooperation Issues
261
9 A proposal for exchange rate policy coordination in East Asia
263
Index
295
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