Asia In The Global Economy: Finance, Trade and Investment by Ramkishen S. Rajan, Sunil Rongala

Asia In The Global Economy: Finance, Trade and Investment by Ramkishen S. Rajan, Sunil Rongala
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Asia In The Global Economy: Finance, Trade and Investment

by Ramkishen S. Rajan (Author), Sunil Rongala (Author)

World Scientific Publishing Company Adobe E-Book January 3, 2008

An important read for anyone wishing to understand the implications of the economic rise of China and India for the world economy. -- Thomas D Willett, Claremont Graduate University

As the world gets accustomed to Asia playing a more prominent role in the global economy, there is a need to communicate to a wider audience how Asia is addressing issues in Finance, Trade and Investment. This book by Rajan and Rongala addresses this need admirably, without sacrificing complexity and rigor. It can be expected to elevate the level of economic policy debates in and about Asia --Professor, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

This book is an important read for anyone wishing to understand the implications of the economic rise of China and India for the world economy and the growing emphasis on regional integration in Asia. The authors are experts and their exposition is clear and concise --Thomas D Willett, Dean of the School of Politics & Economics, Claremont Graduate University

This book by Rajan and Rongala can be expected to elevate the level of economic policy debates in and about Asia. -- Mukul G Asher, National University of Singapore

This book is an important read for anyone wishing to understand the implications of the economic rise of China and India for the world economy and the growing emphasis on regional integration in Asia. The authors are experts and their exposition is clear and concise --Thomas D Willett, Dean of the School of Politics & Economics, Claremont Graduate University Product Description This book consists of 20 short essays on different dimensions of international economic policy with specific (though not exclusive) focus on Asia. Topics covered include: exchange rate regimes and reserve buildup in Asia; global macroeconomic imbalances; financial sector liberalization; international capital flows to and from Asia; infrastructure financing in Asia; foreign direct investment (FDI) flows, production networks, manufacturing and outsourcing in Asia; the economic rise of China and India; and trade, financial and monetary regionalism in Asia. While the book covers important and often technical economic issues of contemporary policy relevance, it is written in a manner that is easily accessible to non-economists, including students of public policy, international affairs, international commerce and business, as well as policy-makers and interested observers. Contents:

Monetary and Exchange Rates Issues: Asia's Embarrassment of Riches: A Story of Prudence, Global Imbalances, and Some Good Old Fashioned Mercantilism; The Known Unknown: The Whopping US Current Account Deficit and Its Implications (With Surabhi Jain); Will the US Dollar Remain Top Dog ?: The Billion Dollar Question (With Jose Kiran); A Central Banker's Holy Grail: Inflation-Targeting Frameworks with Reference to Asia (With Tony Cavoli); Singapore s Currency Baskets and the Mantra of Competitiveness: The Importance of Real Exchange Rates; Financial Liberalization, Financial Crises and the Financing of Development: Barbarians at the Gates: Foreign Bank Entry in Asia; The Tobin Tax: A Panacea for Financial Crises?; International Capital Flows to Asia: The Never-ending Magic Spigot?; Using Reserves to Finance Infrastructure in India: Will it Clear the Gridlock?; The Goldmine of Development Finance: Reassessing the Importance of Migrants Remittances; Trade, Investment and the Rise of China and India: The Do s and Don ts of Attracting Foreign Direct Investment; Chips from East Asia, Hardware from Southeast Asia, and Assembled in China: Production Sharing and Trade in Asia; All Paths Lead to India: Do Other Asian Countries Pose a Challenge to Its Dominance in Services Outsourcing? (With Sadhana Srivastava); The Rise of the Indian Manufacturing Sector: A True Underdog Story; Will the Big Tiger Leave Any Crumbs for the Little Dragons? China vs Southeast Asia; Economic Regionalism in Asia: Embracing One s Neighbour: Redefining the Importance of India to ASEAN; Going It Alone: Singapore s Trade Strategy (With Rahul Sen); ASEAN Economic Integration: Taking Care of Business; Uncooperative Cooperation: The Saga of Economic Cooperation in South Asia; Monetary and Financial Cooperation in Asia: More than Just Buzzwords?.