Edited by Masahiro Kawai, David G. Mayes and Peter Morgan
In light of the experience of the global financial crisis, this book develops concrete recommendations for financial sector reform and regulation in Asian economies aimed at preventing the recurrence of systemic financial crises, improving the ability to manage and resolve crises, managing capital flows and promoting the development of Asian bond markets.
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- Implications of the Global Financial Crisis for Financial Reform and Regulation in Asia
- Chapter 1: The Global Financial Crisis and its Implications for Financial Sector Reform and Regulation in Asia
- Chapter 2: Strengthening Systemic Financial Regulation
- Chapter 3: Enlisting Macroprudential and Market Regulatory Structures to Strengthen Prudential Supervision
- Chapter 4: Dynamic Provisioning: Some Lessons from Experience
- Chapter 5: Securitized Products, Financial Regulation and Systemic Risk
- Chapter 6: Liberalization and Regulation of Capital Flows: Lessons for Emerging Market Economies
- Chapter 7: The Financial Crisis: A Wake-up Call for Strengthening Regional Monitoring of Financial Markets and Regional Coordination of Financial Sector Policies?
- Chapter 8: Regional Monitoring of Capital Flows and Coordination of Financial Regulation: Stakes and Options for Asia
- Chapter 9: The Role of State Intervention in the Financial Sector: Crisis Prevention, Containment and Resolution
- Chapter 10: The Role of the State in Managing and Forestalling Systemic Financial Crises: Some Issues and Perspectives
- Chapter 11: Developing Asian Local Currency Bond Markets: Why and How?
- Chapter 12: Foreign Bond Markets and Financial Market Development: International Perspectives
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