Restoring East Asia's Dynamism
誠一·舛山, Donna Vandenbrink, Siow Yue Chia
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2000 - Business cycles - 319 pages
This volume addresses new issues that are critical to defining a new paradigm for East Asian economic growth. Specifically, the authors examine the strategies adopted in coping with the crisis and policy responses to rectify weaknesses that might have induced or aggravated the crisis.
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