This book analyses the causal factors behind the deceleration in the export. Details (if other): Cancel.
Dilip K. Das. The global financial crisis of 2007-09, and the Great Recession that it engendered, were both a challenge and an opportunity for Asia The Asian Econo. Das is the Director of the Institute of Asian Business (IAB) at SolBridge International School of Business, Woosong University, Republic of Korea. He is also a professor of International Economics and International Finance. Paperback: 272 pages.
Asian Economy and Finance: A Post-Crisis Perspective. China and India: A Tale of Two Economies (Routledge Studies in the Growth Economies of Asia). Download (PDF). Читать. Dilip Das. Two Faces of Globalization: Munificent and Malevolent.
Asia - Pacific Economies. The subject of this book - Asia-Pacific economies and their integration - is very topical and of major importance to the world trade and global trading system. Das discusses how the Asian economy, particularly the emerging-market economies, spearheaded the recovery of the global economy from the global financial crisis and recession, and goes on to look at how this is of historical significance
Dilip K. Das discusses how the Asian economy, particularly the emerging-market economies, spearheaded the recovery of the global economy from the global financial crisis and recession, and goes on to look at how this is of historical significance. Written in a clear, comprehensive and critical manner, this book covers the contemporary academic and policy debates on Asia’s role in the world economy.
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The asia-pacific economy. Dilip K. Visiting Professor Graduate School ofBusiness University ofSydney, Australia. throughout the world. Also by Dilip K. IMPORT CANALISATION. ISBN 978-1-349-39582-8 DOI 1. 057/9780230375550. ISBN 978-0-230-37555-0 (eBook). First published in the United States of America 1996 by. Economics and Development Resource Center. Asian Development Bank. Implications of the financial crisis for asian exports. Das March 1999. The EDRC Briefing Notes are developed from notes prepared by staff of the Economics and Development Resource Center to brief Management and the Board of Directors.
UNCTAD Discussion Papers. Asian crisis: distilling critical lessons
UNCTAD Discussion Papers. Asian crisis: distilling critical lessons. The virulent crisis that struck five Asian economies in mid-1997 and 1998 raised concern about the stability of the global financial system. Export growth rate can precipitously decelerate – the growth rate of merchandise exports in Asia decelerated from 18 per cent in 1995 to . per cent in 1996 (WTO, 1998). There can also be periods of high import growth and a large outflow of funds due to repatriation of foreign-owned profits, or withdrawal of short-term investments.