This insightful book explores the economic conditions and policy response of four major East Asian economies in the wake of the 2008 global economic crisis. Written by a distinguished group of Asian social scientists, this study summarizes and synthesizes the economic impacts of the crisis on individual countries and their policy response over the past few years, and in particular carefully scrutinizes the immediate and remote causes of the crisis. It not only offers an assessment of the impacts of the crisis, and identifies specific country measures that can be undertaken to stabilize the situation, but also looks at the crisis from three important economic perspectives: that of a healthy fiscal system, international trade, and the energy market. This insightful research monograph will be gratefully received by academics in economics and development studies as well as public policy think tanks. Government economic planning agencies in emerging countries, as well as international economic organizations and institutions such as World Bank and United Nations will also find plenty of key insights and important information in this path-breaking book.With these decisions, the US government practically drew a line that defines what institutions are systemically important, ... In comparison, in Taiwana#39;s credit-card problem in 2005, the losses of credit-card debts were, based on the data from the anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Impact of the Economic Crisis on East Asia|
|Author||:||Daigee Shaw, Bih Jane Liu|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Publishing - 2011-01-01|