Yen Bloc: Toward Economic Integration in Asia
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BeschreibungIn this important new book, C.H. Kwan analyzes the implications for Japan and Asia's developing countries should they come together to form a yen bloc-a grouping of countries that use the yen as an international currency and maintain stable exchange rates against the yen.
PortraitC. H. Kwan is a Senior Fellow at the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI) and the author of several books, including Economic Interdependence in the Asia-Pacific Region (Routledge, 1994); and Yen Bloc (Brookings, 2001).
Pressestimmen"This worthwhile book is a useful primer that explores succinctly one of the more critical questions of a new century." --Gerald Horne, Book Review (?), 1/1/2002 "'Yen Bloc' lend[s] powerful credence to the creation of a zone of exchange rate stability in Asia to counter the destabilizing gyrations of the yen/dollar exchange rate." --B. Lucarelli, University of Western Sydney, Journal of Contemporary Asia Publishers, v.32 no.4, 2002 "'Yen Bloc'... lend[s] powerful credence to the creation of a zone of exchange rate stability in Asia to counter the destabilizing gyrations of the yen/dollar exchange rate." --Bill Lucarelli, University of Western Sydney, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy 7(3) 2002 "At a time of continuing global financial turbulence, when East Asian countries are taking the possibility of greater monetary cooperation more seriously, this book provides a very useful introduction to Japanese and regional perspectives." --Mark Beeson, University of Queensland, Pacific Affairs, 3/1/2003 "Clearly written and logically presented, 'Yen Bloc: Toward Economic Integration in Asia' is probably one of the most comprehensive attempts at discussing the possibility of a monetary union in Asia." --Fung Kwan, China Quarterly, 12/1/2002 "This is an important book... Kwan's book is a must-read... It is one of the clearest and best-written expositions of those who propose deeper financial and monetary integration through the formation of a yen bloc." --Gordon de Brouwer, Australian National University, Journal of Japanese Studies (29:1) 2003 "Kwan's book provides a very useful introduction not just to the economics of a yen bloc but also to the economics of monetary cooperation, to changes in Japan's economic relations with East Asia, and to the current problems of the Japanese economy." -- International Relations of the Asia-Pacific
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BROOKINGS INSTITUTION
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2001
Seitenanzahl: 232 Seiten