Asian Economic Crisis 97/98 - Issues in Macroeconomic Imbalances, Capital Outflows and Financial Crises
Part I: Analysis by Topic -
1. Macroeconomic Overview
2. Balance of Payments and Debt Problems
Problems with International Financial Markets and Capital Controls (1.14MB) / Kozo Kunimune, Hisaya Oda
1. How Should International Financial Markets Be Understood?
2. Are Capital Controls Effective?
2. Responses to a Financial Crisis
3. Responses by Individual Countries
4. The Distress of Asian Economies – Evaluating Responses
1. What is the IMF?
2. Three Major Roles of the IMF
Supplementary Article – What is Conditionality?
Part II: Country Analysis -
1. The Technocrat’s IMF Program without the IMF: Before October 8
2. Cooperation between the Technocrats and the IMF: from October 8 to January 6
3. The Confrontation between Soeharto and the IMF: January 6 to May 21
4. The Indonesian Government and the IMF: from May 21
2. Until the Present: the Current Problem is Measures Against Tight Lending
3. Recent Measures
4. Issues Remaining
Economic Reform and Financial Sector Restructuring after the Currency Crisis in Thailand (765KB) / Shigeki Higashi
2. Plans for Financial Sector Restructuring and Consolidation of Financial Institutions
2. Summary of Our survey
3. Economic Reconstruction as a Part of Worldwide Reflation Policies
4. The Japan and Japan’s Role