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Coping with global imbalances and Asian currencies

Cyn-Young Park

Coping with global imbalances and Asian currencies

by Cyn-Young Park

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Published by Asian Development Bank in Manila .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia.,
  • China.,
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Currency question -- Asia.,
    • Currency question -- China.,
    • Foreign exchange rates -- Asia.,
    • Foreign exchange rates -- China.,
    • Balance of trade -- China.,
    • Balance of trade -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementCyn-Young Park.
      SeriesERD policy brief ;, no. 37, ERD policy brief (Online) ;, no. 37.
      ContributionsAsian Development Bank.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC411
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3478489M
      LC Control Number2005618526

      rates in East Asia and the use by the US of monetary policy to ensure a steady growth in demand led to an outcome in which there were global imbalances. It also led to an outcome in which interest rates fell a great deal. In the presence of a highly leveraged financial system, such a large fall in interest rates created a global economy whichAuthor: David Vines. Global Imbalances, Financial Crises, and Central Bank Policies assesses the relationships between global imbalances, financial crises, and central bank policies, with a specific focus on their reserves. The book contains a strictly international perspective with an analysis based on empirical research that enables the reader to develop an analytical model that emphasizes .

        The Currencies and Global Imbalances panel discussed the future of the US dollar as the key international currency; whether short-term recovery of the global economy can be translated into medium-term sustainable growth; how to prevent future global imbalances; institutional innovation in China and the state of China’s economy; and internationalization of . ・ The dollar’s free-fall would be the greatest threat to Asia, as well as the world economy as a whole. ・ “The argument of surplus countries’ responsibility” for the adjustment of the global imbalances never functions well, because it leads to “exports of moral hazards (discredit exports) from deficit countries to surplus countries.

      2 Global Imbalances and Asian Economies financing the US current account deficit. If sudden unwinding of the global imbalances occur, the world economy, including the Asian economies, will suffer grave consequences. To ensure gradual unwinding of the global imbalances, it is imperative that Asian economies’ potential contributions are examined.   Book Review: Dealing in Desire: Asian Ascendancy, Western Decline, and the Hidden Currencies of Global Sex Work by Kimberly Kay Hoang and Tourist Attractions: Performing Race & Masculinity in Brazil’s Sexual Economy by Gregory Mitchell Show all authors. Patricia A. : Patricia A. Adler.


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