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Financial Stability Issues

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ISBN13: 9789041198785
ISBN: 9041198784
Published: July 2002
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Format: Hardback
Price: £175.00



Drawing on a range of material including exploration of international standards and ""best practices"" in banking and finance, the experience of the US and the UK in planning and implementing reform measures, and the theoretical literature analyzing financial crises and what causes them, this text analyzes the specific financial reforms in four Asian countries: Japan, Indonesia, South Korea and Thailand. Included are ""lessons to be learned"" about crisis detection, containment and prevention. During the course of the analysis, the author reveals fundamental policy areas where meaningful and effective reform can take place.

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Contents:
Part I Introductory considerations respecting a financial crisis - identification and containment: introductory chapter - general characteristics of a financial crisis; the possible subject matter parameters of a regional arrangement. Part II Law-based and institutional failures - case studies: the Japanese banking crisis - historical and regulatory aspects; an examination of the three emerging economies - Indonesia, Korea and Thailand. Part III A possible regional law-based and instituional approach to financial regulation: regional institutionalization and the creation of a ""Zone of Law"" - the context of financial stability/regulation in East Asia; jurisdictional considerations of a regional regulatory instituion in Asia. Annexes: macroeconomic variables causing a financial crisis; the early warning system based on the ""Macroeconomic Approach""; the Japanese financial structure; post World War II macroeconomic and legislative background of japan; comparison of definitions of nonperforming loans in japan; issues for the international financial system in handling a financial crisis.