4 edition of Economic stabilization policies in ASEAN countries found in the catalog.
by ASEAN Economic Research Unit, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Pradumna B. Rana and Florian A. Alburo.|
|Series||Field report series, no. 17, Field report series (Singapore) ;, no. 17.|
|Contributions||Rana, Pradumna Bickram, 1947-, Alburo, Florian A.|
|LC Classifications||HC441 .E27 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 169 p. :|
|Number of Pages||169|
|LC Control Number||87943727|
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Part 1 Purposes and concepts: meaning and purposes of economic stabilization; national income, product and expenditure; money and the balance of payments; exchange rates and international money. Part 2 Standard models for stabilization: Keynesian and monetarist approaches; managing the external balance. Edited by Mario I. Blejer and Ke-young Chu, this book investigates linkages among components of the public sector, as well as between macro and micro aspects of fiscal policy, in developing countries. It presents 13 papers prepared by economists of the IMF's Fiscal Affairs Department.
T he six countries of the association of southeast asian nations, ASEAN (comprising Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand), together constitute only about percent of the world the East Asian context, they tend to be overshadowed by the larger, more industrialized Northeast Asian NIEs (newly industrializing economies), and the recent Cited by: Accordingly, the primary goal of macroeconomic stabilization policies should be to achieve stable economic growth. This key policy objective is complemented by the need to.
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Economic stabilization policies in ASEAN countries. Singapore: ASEAN Economic Research Unit, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Pradumna Bickram Rana; Florian A Alburo. Get this from a library. Economic Stabilization Policies in ASEAN Countries.
[Florian A Alburo; Pradumna B Rana;] -- The five-country study found in this volume examines how the ASEAN countries performed aggregatively during the s in response to several shocks.
The sources of the shocks are traced and the. PDF e-book files for this publication are available as detailed below. Economic Stabilization Policies in ASEAN Countries [Whole Publication, ISBN: ] USD USD.
Economic Stabilization in the ASEAN Countries. by Pradumna Bickram Rana and Florian Alburo. CMS / Authored Books. 01 January The book contains overviews by the prime minister of Thailand and the deputy prime minister of Malaysia.
It goes on to deal with such major current issues as rapid urbanization, income inequality, the nuclearization of the family, industrial and trade policies to promote growth, access to Japanese markets, the Kampuchea problem, and the Phillipines crisis, as well as with fundamental questions.
Excerpt. IN SEVERAL Latin American countries in the s and s, persistent inflation and balance-of-payments difficulties called forth a variety of policies for economic stabilization. More recently, in the s, major international economic disruptions renewed the quest for economic stability as global inflation and the oil price shocks spread inflation and balance-of- payments deficits.
THE ECONOMICS OF GLOBAL CLIMATE STABILIZATION. ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK SOUTHEAST ASIA AND THE ECONOMICS OF GLOBAL CLIMATE STABILIZATION ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK David A.
Raitzer, Francesco Bosello, Massimo Tavoni, Carlo Orecchia, Table ¯ª½ Energy Efficiency Policies in the DA® Countries ´° Cited by: 4. The purpose of establishing an integrated economic community is to accelerate economic growth, enhance trade development in the region, and allow the freer movement of goods, services, skilled labor, and capital.
There are approximately million people across the ten ASEAN member countries (Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore. 49th ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting, Manila, Philippines, ; 48th ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting, Vientiane, Lao PDR, ; 47th ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, ; 46th ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar, ; 45th ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam, This paper explains the IMF approach to economic stabilization.
It argues that a Fund-supported program is a process, comprising six broadly defined phases, that evolves along a multiplicity of potential pathways.
The paper discusses the three-pronged approach to stabilization at the core of all IMF-supported programs, stresses the iterative character of 'financial programming,' and explains. This book, a project of the ASEAN-China Study Programme of ISEAS, examines the rapidly expanding economic relations between ASEAN and China in recent years.
The fifteen chapters discuss in considerable detail these relations in terms of many important topics such as trade, the ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement (ACFTA), investments, services trade, energy cooperation, cooperation in 5/5(1).
ASEAN Economic Community. The establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in is a major milestone in the regional economic integration agenda in ASEAN, offering opportunities in the form of a huge market of US$ trillion and over million people.
InAEC was collectively the third largest economy in Asia and the seventh largest in the world. Stabilization policies in developing countries (English) Abstract. This article focuses on the design of stabilization measures to correct excessive balance of payments and moderate the rate of inflation.
It distinguishes three sources of balance of payments difficulties - excessively expansionary aggregate demand policies Cited by: This volume, edited by Mohsin S. Khan, Peter J. Montiel, and Nadeem U. Haque, examines recent IMF-developed empirical macroeconomic models dealing with adjustment and stabilization policies in developing countries.
Some models are relevant for specific countries, and others relate to groups of developing countries. ASEAN Economic Bulletin Vol. 10/3 (Mar ) Date of publication: March Publisher: Joint Press Statement of the 25th Meeting of the ASEAN Economic Ministers, Singapore, October – Download: BOOK REVIEW: Economic Stabilization in Developing Countries, by Richard N.
This key textbook provides a fresh introduction to macroeconomics in developing countries. It presents the main elements of 20th century macroeconomics and shows how the models produced for industrialised societies need to be modified for various groups.
Other evidence, the opening up of the economy through economic integration of ASEAN, significantly boosts investment in ASEAN countries, due to the increase of competitiveness and ease of.
(Redirected from List of ASEAN countries by GDP (nominal) estimates. GDP and GDP per capita data are according to International Monetary Fund's October estimates.
Rank Country Population in million GDP Nominal millions of USD GDP Nominal per capita USD GDP (PPP) millions of USD GDP (PPP) per capita USD —. ASEAN Centrality and the ASEAN-US Economic Relationship xiii On the other hand, they will need to intensify integration within ASEAN and support less advanced members in becoming more com-petitive in the global marketplace.
From the viewpoint of the United States, the two-speed approach. countries (SEA). Mainly, the SEA countries were still cons idered at its infancy since most achieved independence around s and s.
As such, the SEA countires were concentrating more on strengthening internal security and economic idea of establishing ASEAN idea starting with a few bilateral and multilateral Size: KB.
growth will be lower. Similarly, economic policies that lead to fuller utilization of resources today may also lead to higher incomes in the future. This implies that there may be less of a trade-off between growth andstability than orthodox economics suggests.
Issues of stabilization and growth cannot be separated. In general, the conduct ofFile Size: KB.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction and overview / William R.
Cline and Sidney Weintraub --The impact of changes in the World Economy on stabilization policies in the s / Stanley W. Black --Interactions between inflation and trade regime objectives in stabilization .On Janu the Government initiated a major change in the orientation of economic policy and introduced a comprehensive set of economic stabilization and structural adjustment measures.
Simultaneously the Government entered into negotiations with the Fund on the one hand and official and private creditors on the other.