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Real and Financial Integration in Asia
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Real and Financial Integration in Asia (Hardback)

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This book investigates the impact of both real and financial integration to growth and to welfare, and to enquire whether increases in either or both forms build the linkage between the real and financial economy. It contributes to the following two areas: (1) Research of economic developments in East Asia, the most dynamic and populous region in the world, in itself is important for researchers, policy makers, journalists, business people and others. East Asia's economic developments influence peoples' lives not only in East Asia but also in other parts of the world. (2) Many aspects of East Asian experiences in economic development are unique, making research of East Asia attractive and important to discern mechanisms of economic development.





The first part of this study begins with chapters that address the measurement of regional integration compared with the engagement with the global economy and how this influences the aggregate behavior of the economies. The second part turns to consideration of the financial sector and the efficiency and performance of banking in the region. This allows a discussion whether, in the current crisis, the banking sector was an important channel of financial shock into real behavior. The third part turns to the corporate sector. Using data on firms, type of finance used by firms, its impact on their performance, and ownership structure influence over the productivity growth are discussed. Based on the findings, the book presents several policy recommendation and future research agenda for further economic integration in East Asia.

Shandre Thangavelu is an active researcher on human capital development, technology transfer, foreign direct investment, trade, government infrastructure investment, productivity and economic growth. He has written extensively in technology transfer and economic growth and has published his research in major international journals. His recent publications are in Journal of Economic Development, Empirical Economics, Applied Economics, World Economy, and Journal of Economic Studies. Recently, he was attached as the Head of the Economics Unit, MOM, under the Economist Service to Ministry of Trade and Industry and Ministry of Manpower. Recently, he was appointed as the Managing Editor for Asian Economic Journal (AEJ). Aekapol Chongvilaivan is a Fellow and Coordinator of the Regional Economic Studies Programme at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), Singapore. His current research covers a wide range of economics areas such as fragmentation and outsourcing in Southeast Asia, international trade, regional economic integration, and applied econometrics, among others. His research has been published in several international refereed journals including Economic Inquiry, Southern Economic Journal, Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Applied Economics, and The World Economy. He has served as an Editor of ASEAN Economic Bulletin and Coordinator of the Singapore APEC Study Centre.

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