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eBook East Asia: Growth, Crisis and Recovery ePub

by David L. Western

  • ISBN: 9810244053
  • Category: Business and Finance
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: David L. Western
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc; 1st edition (September 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 267
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For such reasons this book unveils the Western shuttle model (WSM) of economic take-off where catch-up growth is very much a function of. .In summary, the origins of East Asia's ascent and of its demise are but the same.

For such reasons this book unveils the Western shuttle model (WSM) of economic take-off where catch-up growth is very much a function of exports to mature economy markets, which in turn generate super-profits and so super-growth. The WSM offers several explanations of the crisis including a loss of short term competitiveness, due in part to the asset price bubble crowding out viable export opportunities.

In summary, the origins of East Asia's ascent and of its demise are but the same. When the financial firestorm swept through Asia in 1997, many economists scrambled to put together a coherent explanation of such a crisis. Early responses focused on economic and currency issues but these were more likely to be symptoms of the crisis and not causes.

East Asia: Growth, Crisis & Recovery. Early responses focused on economic and currency issues but these were more likely to be symptoms of the crisis and not causes

East Asia: Growth, Crisis & Recovery. By: Western David L. Publisher: World Scientific. Print ISBN: 9789810244057, 9810244053.

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Pathways to Growth: Comparing East Asia and Latin America.

Pathways to Growth: Comparing East Asia and Latin America. The Johns Hopkins University Press. Birdsall, Nancy, D. Ross and . Inequality and Growth Reconsidered: Lessons from East Asia. InThe Role of Government in East Asian Economic Development: Comparative Institutional Analysis. Masahiko Aoki, Hyung-Ki Kim, and Masahiro Okuno-Fujiwara, eds. A Short Title Catalogue of the Emblem Books and Related Works in the Stirling Maxwell Collection of Glasgow University, 1499-1917.

Asian financial crisis, major global financial crisis that destabilized the Asian economy and then the world economy at.

Asian financial crisis, major global financial crisis that destabilized the Asian economy and then the world economy at the end of the 1990s. Though it is generally characterized as a financial crisis or economic crisis, it can also be seen as a crisis of governance at all major levels of politics.

Overview of Catch-Up Growth in East Asia and Western Europe. Against the background of the Asian financial crisis, this paper offers a survey that may help to inform responses to the following questions-which are far too ambitious to admit of a full answer at this time. III. Productivity Performance in East Asia. What was special about east Asian growth in recent decades? What does the financial crisis reveal about east Asian growth? Has the ‘developmental state’ Asian model outlived its usefulness?

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Books on Specific topics (3) Books on Specific topics (3) .and the International Economy v. 3 (International Economic Association) David L. Western (2000) East Asia: Growth, Crisis and Recovery Nan Wiegersma, Joseph Medley (2000) US Economic Development Policies Towards the Pacific Rim Heather L. Williams (2001) Social Movements and Economic Transition James D. Wolfensohn (2005) Voices for the World's Poor: Essays, Writings, and Major Policy Addresses of James D. Wolfensohn, 1995-2005.

When the financial firestorm swept through Asia in 1997, many economists scrambled to put together a coherent explanation of such a crisis. Early responses focused on economic and currency issues but these were more likely to be symptoms of the crisis and not causes. Soon after, it became apparent that the very essence of the crisis was of a financial, capital flow and banking nature. Further investigation revealed the crucial role played by foreign money, loose lending practices by banks and unhedged $US-denominated debt interacting to generate a huge asset price bubble. The twin liberalisations of deregulating capital flows and the domestic financial sector produced an explosion in foreign lending, and in turn a domestic credit boom.This book seeks to fill the vacuum of understanding between the causes of the crisis and those of the “miracle” or boom. In many ways, financial variables and high profitability were at the heart of the unprecedented 35-year expansion, and not just the traditional explanations of accumulation and high productivity. For such reasons this book unveils the Western shuttle model (WSM) of economic take-off where catch-up growth is very much a function of exports to mature economy markets, which in turn generate super-profits and so super-growth. The WSM offers several explanations of the crisis including a loss of short term competitiveness, due in part to the asset price bubble crowding out viable export opportunities. In summary, the origins of East Asia's ascent and of its demise are but the same.