Fostering Monetary and Financial Coopera
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Om Fostering Monetary and Financial Coopera
Since the Asian financial crisis of 1997–1998, there has been a deep and abiding desire on the part of Asian policy makers and opinion makers to enhance the region's economic, monetary and financial self-sufficiency — or at least to ring- fence the region against financial instability and give it a louder voice in global financial affairs. There has been progress in these directions, notably in the form of the Chiang Mai Initiative of financial supports and the Asian Bond Market Initiative to build a single Asian financial market. But progress is hindered by disagreements among the principal national governments — Japan, China and South Korea — and resistance to the development of an Asian bloc from both Europe and the United States. This volume considers these issues from a number of different national and analytical perspectives. Scholars from all the relevant regions and countries are represented: Japan, China, Korea, Europe and the United States. While there have been a few previous books and articles concerned with the issue of Asian integration, this is one of the first volumes to successfully draw together top contributors from these different countries and regions to address the issues in a rigorous but relatively accessible way. Contents:Editors' Introduction (D-K Chung & B Eichengreen)Fostering Monetary and Exchange Rate Cooperation in East Asia (B Eichengreen)The Connections between Financial and Monetary Cooperation in East Asia (H-Y Chai & D R Yoon)Financial Integration and Exchange Rate Coordination in East Asia (W Moon & Y Rhee)An Asian Currency Unit for Regional Exchange Rate Policy Coordination (M Kawai)Asian Monetary Unification: Lessons from Europe (P De Grauwe)Managing Foreign Exchange Reserves: The Case of China (Y Yu)The Integration Process in East Asia: Japan's Experience and Policy Agenda (M Itoh)Readership: Economists and undergraduate/graduate students in economics and finance; government officials/policy makers and lay readers interested in a rigorous but relatively nontechnical analysis of Asian economic integration; scholars, students and policy makers interested in monetary and financial regionalism in East Asia.