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Dealing with currency speculation in the Asian Pacific Basin

FRBSF Economic Letter

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Was China the first domino? assessing links between China and the rest of emerging Asia.

We assess links between China and the rest of emerging Asia. Some commentators have argued that China?s apparent devaluation in 1994 may have contributed to the Asian financial crisis. We argue that the devaluation was not economically important: The more-relevant exchange rate was a floating rate that was not devalued, and high Chinese inflation has led to a very sharp real appreciation of the currency. Although in principle, export competition with China could nevertheless have placed pressure on other Asian exporters, we argue that the striking feature of the data is the common movement ...
International Finance Discussion Papers , Paper 604

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Statement to Congress, January 30, 1998, (recent financial crisis in Asia)

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue Mar

Journal Article
Does Singapore invest too much?

FRBSF Economic Letter

Journal Article
The international community's response to the Asian financial crisis

The U.S. economy just completed another stellar year, marked by strong growth and declining inflation. Indeed, the low inflation of recent years has been instrumental in reinvigorating the U.S. economy, helping unleash a new vibrancy and confidence across the country. However, the shock wave working its way toward us from the Western Pacific will likely be a countervailing force in our economy.> > Financial turmoil in a handful of Asian countries should slow the growth of spending by foreigners on U.S. goods and services. On balance, most economists are currently guessing that reduced demand ...
Economic Review , Volume 83 , Issue Q II , Pages 5-7

Asia and the Midwest real economy

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Mar

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Statement to Congress, March 3, 1998, (global financial system and the current Asian crisis).

Federal Reserve Bulletin , Issue May

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Contractionary effects of devaluation

FRBSF Economic Letter

Foreign direct investment and indebted developing countries

Research Paper , Paper 8609

Working Paper
Measuring the miracle: market imperfections and Asia's growth experience

The newly industrialized economies (NIEs) of Asia are the fastest-growing economies in the world since 1960. A clear understanding of their rapid development remains elusive, with continuing disputes over the roles of technology growth, capital accumulation, and international trade and investment. We reconcile seemingly contradictory explanations by accounting for imperfections in output and capital markets. For instance, in Singapore, growth-accounting studies using quantities (the primal approach) find rising capital-output ratios and a constant labor share; but studies using real factor ...
Working Paper Series , Paper 2006-17



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