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Global Economic Prospects and the Developing Countries 1998/99 ; Beyond Financial Crisis

By: Contributor(s): Language: English Publication details: Washington, D.C. : The World Bank 1998, DecemberEdition: 1. EdDescription: xxiv, 215 ppISBN:
  • 0-8213-4123-5
ISSN:
  • 1014-8906
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Contents:
from the Table of Contents: Foreword; The Report Team; Summary; Abbreviations and Data Notes; Prospects for Developing Countries After the East Asian Crisis: Recent developments in the world economy; Short-term outlook, 1998-2000; Long-term prospects; Risks to the forecast and a low-case scenario; Responding to the East Asian Crisis: Buildup of vulnerabilities leading to crisis; Outbreak and spread of the crisis; Immediate policy responses; Financial and corporate restructuring and reform; Social impact of the crisis; Preventing Financial Crises in Developing Countries: Costs and causes of financial crises; Macroeconomic policies to manage capital flows and reduce financial risks; Financial liberalization, domestic banking reforms, and corporate governance; Benefits and associated risks of capital account liberalization; The international financial system; Appendix 1: Regional Economic Prospects; Appendix 2: Global Economic Indicators; Classification of Economies;
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from the Table of Contents: Foreword; The Report Team; Summary; Abbreviations and Data Notes; Prospects for Developing Countries After the East Asian Crisis: Recent developments in the world economy; Short-term outlook, 1998-2000; Long-term prospects; Risks to the forecast and a low-case scenario; Responding to the East Asian Crisis: Buildup of vulnerabilities leading to crisis; Outbreak and spread of the crisis; Immediate policy responses; Financial and corporate restructuring and reform; Social impact of the crisis; Preventing Financial Crises in Developing Countries: Costs and causes of financial crises; Macroeconomic policies to manage capital flows and reduce financial risks; Financial liberalization, domestic banking reforms, and corporate governance; Benefits and associated risks of capital account liberalization; The international financial system; Appendix 1: Regional Economic Prospects; Appendix 2: Global Economic Indicators; Classification of Economies;

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