Asian Money Markets by David C. ColeAsian Money Markets by David C. Cole

Asian Money Markets

EditorDavid C. Cole, Hal S. Scott, Philip A. Wellons

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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The countries of East and Southeast Asia have the world's most dynamic money markets. Essential to the Asian economy, their performance plays a crucial role in the successful development of other financial markets, such as those for business and consumer loans. This original study of theeffect of government policy on the performance of money markets in the economies of this region (Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and South Korea) is the only comprehensive book addressing this topic available today. Individual chapters were written by experts inthe field, and were guided by a common research methodology. This book will be of great value to Pacific Basin specialists, bankers, academics, and public policy planners in finance.
David C. Cole is at Harvard University. Hal S. Scott is at Harvard Law School.
Title:Asian Money MarketsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:488 pages, 9.49 × 6.5 × 1.46 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195074297

ISBN - 13:9780195074291


Table of Contents

Contributors1. David C. Cole, Hal S. Scott, Philip A. Wellons: The Asian Money Markets: An Overview2. Richard Yan-Ki Ho, Yu-Hon Lui, Daniel Wai-Wah Cheung: Money Markets in Hong Kong3. David C. Cole, Betty F. Slade: Money Markets in Indonesia4. Moon-Soo Kang: Money Markets in Korea5. Lin See-Yan, Chung Tin Fah: Money Markets in Malaysia6. Josef T. Yap, et al.: Money Markets in the Philippines7. M. Ariff, B.K. Kapur, A. Tyabji: Money Markets in Singapore8. Juro Teranishi: Money Markets in Prewar Japan9. Shoichi Royama: Money Markets in Postwar Japan10. Sam Ouliaris: An Econometric Analysis of Asian Money MarketsIndex

Editorial Reviews

"...The papers provide a heavy dose of historical perspective...they can be highly useful as background reading for students."--Journal of Comparative Economics