Today, the role of emerging countries in the world economy is significant. However, the financial sector has experienced a decade of turbulence and as a result emerging markets are facing unique challenges. Moreover, the integration of emerging markets into the global financial markets has significant consequences for the growth and stability of the economy and sets new challenges for economic policy-makers. The biggest challenge is in finding ways to sustain their current trajectory and in taking a more decisive role in shaping the global financial architecture to ensure sustainable growth. They need to ensure a collective prudential system can be built in the near future to withstand the difficult challenges ahead. Emerging Markets and Financial Resilience brings together the latest research on the most pressing issues affecting finance in emerging markets. Written in five parts, the book includes newly emerging research topics in finance such as the role of social capital and natural resource in financial market development; and socially responsible investing funds in East Asian emerging markets. It also presents new empirical evidence on established research topics such as portfolio management, international parities, foreign direct investment, momentum anomalies and corporate finance. Emerging Markets and Financial Resilience is an ideal resource for researchers, postgraduate students, practitioners and regulators interested in Asia as an emerging market.Decoupling Growth from Turbulence Malaysian Finance Association Hooy Chee- Wooi, Ruhani Ali, S. Ghon Rhee ... Ogunleye, E. K. (2009) a#39;Exchange Rate Volatility and Foreign Direct Investment in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Nigeria and South Africaa#39;, ... Determinants and Growth Effects in a Small Open Economya#39;, The International Journal of Business and Finance Research, 4(4), 75 a88. Quazianbsp;...
|Title||:||Emerging Markets and Financial Resilience|
|Author||:||Malaysian Finance Association|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-08-23|