Asian Financial Crisis 1997

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41Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 Chapter I: Introduction to the Study 4 1.1 Introduction 4 1.2 Magnitude of the Crisis 6 1.3 Proposed Study 8 1.4 Format of this Study 239 Chapter 2: Review of the Literature 11 2.1 Introduction 11 2.2 Explanations for the Crisis 11 2.3 Limitations of the Predominant Explanations 19 2.4 Capital Inflows 21 2.4.1 Capital Account Liberalization 22 2.4.2 Cold War and Globalization 22 2.4.3 Titles/Excessive Praise 23 2.5 Financing Development through External Debt 24 Chapter III: Various Components of Saving And Their Interrelationships 28 3.1 Introduction 28 3.2 Measurement of Savings 29 3.3 Crowding-Out Effect 30 3.4 Ricardian-Equivalence Hypothesis 31 3.5 …

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for Further Study 62 References 66 Appendix A: Chronology of the Crisis 73 Appendix B: Economic Facts and Figures 75 Executive Summary WHILE IT MAY BE A DECADE OLD, THE ASIAN FINANCIAL CRISIS REMAINS A TOPIC OF SEMINAL CONCERN AND OF ACADEMIC INTEREST. THE CRISIS, WHICH ORIGINATED IN THAILAND AND SUBSEQUENTLY SPREAD TO SOUTHEAST ASIA'S FASTEST GROWING ECONOMIES, BEGS THE QUESTIONS OF HOW' AND WHY.' HOW DID THE CRISIS OCCUR AND WHY WAS THERE A CONTAGION EFFECT. ...
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