This book will be an important addition to the limited number of books that discuss finance and accounting issues in East Asian countries. While presenting recent empirical studies on finance and accounting in East Asian economies, it also reveals the underlying reasons for remarkable economic growth and emerging performance of the financial markets in the East Asian countries. It introduces newly developed financial products, institutions, governance mechanism, banking policy changes and their implications in the East Asian economies, and discusses the way forward for these economies with recommendations for policy implications. It also contains suggestions for other developing countries trying to achieve rapid growth. Contents:Multi Foreign Exchange Rate Relations in Turbulent Market: Lessons from Lehman ShockThe Asymmetric Contagion from the US Stock Market Around the Subprime CrisisCan Monetary Policy target on Asset Price? Evidence from Chinese Real Estate MarketRelationship Banking and Firm ProfitabilityThe Choice between Dividend and Share RepurchaseBanking Relationships in East Asian Economies: Lessons for Developing CountriesAn Econometric Analysis of Japanese Government Bond Markets in the Prewar and Postwar PeriodsHedging, IPOs and Japanese Days-of-the-Week Stock Return Patterns Return, Volatility and Liquidity of the JGB FuturesConsistency of Risk Attitude and Other Investment Behavior of Japanese Fund Managers Readership: Researchers, graduate students and academicians interested in financial markets and Asian economies. Keywords:Financial Market;Foreign Exchange Rate;Sub-prime Crisis;Real Estate Market;Relationship Banking;Dividend and Share;Stock Market;Government Bond;;Hedging;IPO;Return;Volatility;Liquidity;Risk Attitude;Investment Behavior;Fund ManagersKey Features:One of the few books on East Asian Economies written in EnglishCovers a wide range of topics like capital market, foreign exchange market, real estate market, banking including recent ones like sub-prime crisis, Lehman shock, etc.Forbes and Rigobon (2001) divided how the shocks were propagated into two groups of theories: crisis-contingent and ... The strengthening co-movement among international stock markets continued for a longer period after the collapse.
|Title||:||Studies on Financial Markets in East Asia|
|Author||:||Masayuki Susai, Shigeru Uchida|
|Publisher||:||World Scientific - 2011-01-31|