Exchange rate systems and policies in Asia [electronic resource] / editor, Paul S.L. Yip.
- Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific, c2008.
1 online resource (197 p.)
- Currency boards -- Asia.
Foreign exchange rates -- Asia.
Monetary policy -- Asia.
- Electronic books.
- This important book comprises insightful papers on lessons learned from some major exchange rate and monetary experiences in Asia, exchange rate crisis management in Asia and choice of exchange rate systems in Asia. Originally published in the Singapore Economic Review, Vol. 52, No. 3, 2007, it deals primarily with the exchange rate systems and policies in the three largest economies in Asia: China, Japan and India. It also contains a paper on Singapore's exchange rate system, whose success could make it a role model for other small open economies. Notable contributors include Ronald McKinnon
- CONTENTS; Introduction: Important Lessons from Some Major Exchange Rate and Monetary Experiences in Asia Paul S. L. Yip; The InternationalMonetary Fund and Exchange Rate Crisis Management Chong-Yah Lim; The Case for an Intermediate Exchange Rate Regime John Williamson; Japan's Deflationary Hangover:Wage Stagnation and the Syndrome of the Ever-Weaker Yen Ronald McKinnon; Managing Flexibility: Japanese Exchange Rate Policy, 1971-2007 Shinji Takagi; China's Exchange Rate System Reform Paul S. L. Yip; The Fog Encircling the Renminbi Debate Yin-Wong Cheung, Menzie D. Chinn and Eiji Fujii
Insulation of India from the East Asian Crisis: An Analysis Pami Dua and Arunima SinhaSingapore's Exchange Rate Policy: Some Implementation Issues Hwee-Kwan Chow
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Includes bibliographical references.
- Yip, Paul Sau-Leung.
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