Asian Capital Market Development and Integration: Challenges and Opportunities by Asian Development Bank (ADB)Asian Capital Market Development and Integration: Challenges and Opportunities by Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Asian Capital Market Development and Integration: Challenges and Opportunities

EditorAsian Development Bank (ADB), Korea Capital Market Institute(KCMI)

Hardcover | February 14, 2014

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The fiscal crisis in Europe continues to cast a shadow on the global economic outlook, and the securities issued by the United States and European nations are losing their status as traditional safe assets and reserve value. As a result, investors and governments are looking to diversify theirinvestment portfolio with emerging markets, particularly Asian bonds. Such renewed interest has led to excessive capital inflows, making the region increasingly vulnerable to external shocks. However, on the other hand, it leads to abundant liquidity in the capital markets, which reduces financingcosts and expands investment opportunities. This book analyses this dilemma and proposes that development of local bond markets and achieving greater market depth and interconnectedness is the best bet to prevent the reoccurrence of a currency crisis like 1997. It thus, assesses the progress achieved thus far in capital market integration inAsia, and compares it with its global peers. The study also assesses the degree to which volatility in equity and bond market returns, driven by financial turmoil originating at both the regional and global levels, spills over into emerging Asia domestic equity and bond markets. The results of thisanalysis indicate that such spill-over significantly impacts both domestic equity and bond markets in the region. This finding suggests that on-going regional capital market integration initiatives should take into account the risk of contagion that regional financial integration presents, andintroduce measures for mitigating such risk as a means of ensuring financial stability in the region.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is a regional development bank established in 1966 to promote economic and social development in Asian and Pacific countries through loans and technical assistance.
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Title:Asian Capital Market Development and Integration: Challenges and OpportunitiesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:530 pages, 9.96 × 6.22 × 0.03 inPublished:February 14, 2014Publisher:OUPLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198099452

ISBN - 13:9780198099451

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Table of Contents

Tables and FiguresAbout this BookContributorsAcknowledgmentsForewordExecutive SummaryAbbreviations and Acronyms1. Currency and Maturity Mismatches in Asia2. The Capital Market in the Context of Financial Safety Nets3. Managing Foreign Fund Flows into Asia's Domestic Bond Markets4. Capital Flow Management and Macroprudential Policies in Asia5. Financial Globalization and Long-Run Growth: Is Asia Different?6. Deviation from Covered Interest Parity in Asian Foreign Exchange Swap Markets During the Financial Crisis of 2007-20097. Asia's Changing Position in Global Financial Reform8. The Evolving Global Regulatory Framework and Its Impact on Asia9. Asian Capital Market Integration: Theory and Evidence10. Determinants of Bond Market Development in Asia11. Currency Internationalization and Bond Market Development in Asian Economies12. Decomposition of Volatility in Asian Equity Markets13. Asia's Demand for and Supply of Funds in the Context of Regional Capital Market Development14. ASEAN+3 Capital Market Integration: Cost of Capital and InvestmentIndex