Finance in Asia

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Edited by three leading scholars whose expertise spans finance, economics, and law, Finance in Asia is a new collection from Routledge’s Critical Concepts in Finance series. The foundational and cutting-edge scholarship assembled in this easy-to-use, one-stop resource enables users easily to access and make sense of an explosion of scholarly output on Asia’s distinctive financial institutions, markets, and systems. The collection will be especially welcomed by scholars and students seeking a full understanding of...

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Edited by three leading scholars whose expertise spans finance, economics, and law, Finance in Asia is a new collection from Routledge’s Critical Concepts in Finance series. The foundational and cutting-edge scholarship assembled in this easy-to-use, one-stop resource enables users easily to access and make sense of an explosion of scholarly output on Asia’s distinctive financial institutions, markets, and systems. The collection will be especially welcomed by scholars and students seeking a full understanding of contemporary Asian finance, particularly those in search of a forward-looking view of the second generation of Asian finance. The collection will also appeal to researchers eager to engage with vital questions about law, institutions, and regulation, and their impact on transaction formation and performance, and on the behaviour of the financial sector in Asia. Indeed, in the current economic climate, with international financial systems still buffeted by extreme turbulence, such questions have never been more pertinent.

Finance in Asia is fully indexed. It also includes a comprehensive introduction, newly written by the editors, which places the material in its intellectual and historical context.

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Table of Contents

Volume I

1. J. Ahlers, ‘Postwar Banking in Shanghai’, Pacific Affairs, 1946, 19, 4, 384.

2. K. Akamatsu, ‘A Historical Pattern of Economic Growth in Developing Countries’, The Developing Economies, 1962, 1, 1, 3.

3. F. Allen, J. Qian, and M. Qian, ‘Law, Finance, Economic Growth in China’, Journal of Financial Economics, 2005, 77, 57.

4. J. Anderson, ‘The Myth of Chinese Savings’, Far Eastern Economic Review, Nov. 2009.

5. M. Aoki and H. Patrick (eds.), ‘The Relevance of Japanese Finance and its Main Bank System’, The Japanese Main Bank System: Its Relevance for Developing and Transforming Economies (Oxford University Press, 1994).

6. D. Arner, P. Lejot, and W. Wang, ‘Assessing East Asian Financial Cooperation and Integration’, Singapore Yearbook of International Law, 2008, 12, 1.

7. V. Arora and A. Vamvakidis, China’s Economic Growth: International Spillovers (2010) (IMF Working Paper No. WP/10/165).

8. Bai Chong-En, Hsieh Chang-tai, and Qian Yingyi, ‘The Return to Capital in China’, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 2006, 2, 61.

9. C. Bai, Q. Liu, J. Lu, F. Song, and J. Zhang, ‘Corporate Governance and Market Valuation in China’, Journal of Comparative Economics, 2004, 32, 4, 599.

10. T. Bayoumi, H. Tong, and S. J. Wei, The Chinese Corporate Savings Puzzle: A Firm-Level Cross-Country Perspective (2010) (IMF Working Paper No. 10/275).

11. M. Bernard and J. Ravenhill, ‘Beyond Product Cycles and Flying Geese: Regionalization, Hierarchy and the Industrialization of East Asia’, World Politics, 1995, 47, 2, 171.

12. G. Boyreau-Debray and S. J. Wei, Pitfalls of a State-Dominated Financial System: The Case of China (2005) (National Bureau for Economic Research Working Paper No. 11214).

13. H. J. Chang, ‘The Economic Theory of the Developmental State’, in M. Woo-Cumings (ed.), The Developmental State (Cornell University Press, 1999), pp. 182–99.

14. H. J. Chang, ‘The Hazard of Moral Hazard: Untangling the Asian Crisis’, World Development, 2000, 28, 4, 775.

15. S. J. Chang, Financial Crisis and Transformalion of Korean Big Business Groups: The Rise and Fall of Ciiaebols (Cambridge University Press, 2003) (extract).

Volume II

16. Y. W. Cheung and H. Ito, Hoarding of International Reserves: A Comparison of the Asian and Latin American Experiences (2008) (Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research Working Paper No. 7).

17. S. Claessens, S. Djankov, and L. Lang, ‘The Separation of Ownership and Control in East Asian Corporations’, Journal of Financial Economics, 2000, 58, 81.

18. B. Cumings, ‘The Origins and Development of the Northeast Asian Political Economy: Industrial Sectors, Product Cycles and Political Consequences’, International Organization, 1984, 38, 1, 1.

19. S. Djankov, Y. Qian, G. Roland, and E. Zhuravskaya, ‘Who are China’s Entrepreneurs?’, American Economic Review, 2006, 96, 2, 348.

20. P. Drysdale and Y. Huang, ‘Technological Catch-up and Economic Growth in East Asia and the Pacific’, Economic Record, 1997, 73, 222, 201.

21. B. Eichengreen, ‘Fostering Monetary and Exchange Rate Cooperation in East Asia’, in Chung Duck-koo and B. Eichengreen (eds.), Fostering Monetary and Financial Cooperation in East Asia (World Scientific Publishing, 2009), pp. 11–28.

22. B. Eichengreen and P. Luengnaruemitchai, Why Doesn’t Asia Have Bigger Bond Markets? (2006) (BIS Papers No. 30).

23. J. Fan, R. Morck, and B. Yeung, Capitalizing China (2011) (NBER Working Paper No. 17687).

24. S. Fischer, ‘Lessons from East Asia and the Pacific Rim’, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 1996, 2, 345.

25. C. Goodhart, Banks and Public Sector Authorities: The International Financial Crisis and Policy Challenges in Asia-Pacific (2010) (BIS Papers No. 52).

26. S. Grenville, ‘Regional and Global Responses to the Asian Crisis’, Asian Economic and Policy Review, 2007, 2, 54.

27. W. Grimes, ‘Currency and Contest in East Asia: The Great Power Politics of Financial Regionalism’, Currency Management & Contestation (Cornell University Press, 2009), pp. 118–59.

28. E. Hadley, ‘Trust Busting in Japan’, Harvard Business Review, 1948, 26, 4, 425.

29. W. Hatch, ‘Asia’s Flying Geese: How Regionalization Shapes Japan’, Grounding Asia’s Flying Geese (Cornell University Press, 2010), pp. 203–22.

30. Chang-tai Hsieh and P. Klenow, ‘Misallocation and Manufacturing TFP in China and India’, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2009, 124, 4, 1403.

Volume III

31. Y. Huang, ‘China’s Great Ascendancy and Structural Risks: Consequence of Asymmetric Market Liberalization’, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 2009, 24, 1, 65.

32. D. Hui and D. Bunning, The Offshore Renminbi: A Practical Primer on the CNH Market (2010) (HSBC Global Markets).

33. M. K. Kang, ‘Global Financial Crisis and Systemic Risks in the Korean Banking Sector’, Korean Economic Institute Academic Paper Series, 2009, 4, 5.

34. P. Krugman, ‘The Myth of Asia’s Miracle’, Foreign Affairs, 1994, 173, 6, 62.

35. P. Lejot, ‘Institutional Completeness in the Chiang Mai Initiatives’, in R. Buckley, R. Hu, and D. Arner (eds.), East Asian Economic Integration: Law, Trade and Finance (Edward Elgar, 2011).

36. P. Lejot, D. Arner, and Q. Liu, ‘Missing Links: Regional Reforms for Asian Debt Capital Markets’, Asia-Pacific Business Review, 2006, 12, 3, 309.

37. P. Lejot, D. Arner, and L. Schou-Zibell, Securitization in East Asia (2008) (Asian Development Bank Working Paper Series on Regional Economic Integration No. 12).

38. J. Y. Lin, From Flying Geese to Leading Dragons: New Opportunities and Strategies for Structural Transformation in Developing Countries (2011) (World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 5702).

39. Q. Liu, ‘Corporate Governance in China: Current Practices, Economic Effects and Institutional Determinants’, CESifo Economic Studies, 2006, 52, 2, 415.

40. Q. Liu and J. Lu, ‘Corporate Governance and Earnings Management in China’s Listed Companies: A Tunnelling Perspective’, Journal of Corporate Finance, 2007, 13, 881.

41. Q. Liu and A. Siu, ‘Institutions and Corporate Investment: Evidence from an Implied Return on Capital in China’, Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 2011, 46, 6, 1831.

42. M. Loretan and P. Wooldridge, ‘The Development of Money Markets in Asia’, BIS Quarterly Review, Sept. 2008.

43. S. F. Lu and Y. Yao, ‘The Effectiveness of Law, Financial Development, and Economic Growth in an Economy of Financial Repression: Evidence from China’, World Development, 2009, 37, 4, 763.

44. N. Macrae, ‘Consider Japan 1 and 2, Survey, 204’, The Economist, 1 & 8 Sept. 1962.

45. M. Martin, ‘Hundi-Hawala: The Problem of Definition’, Modern Asian Studies, 2008, 4, 909.

Volume IV

46. N. Nabar and M. Syed, ‘Investment and Rebalancing in Asia’ (2010) (IMF Regional Economic Outlook Asia and Pacific, Consolidating the Recovery and Building Sustainable Growth).

47. T. Okazaki, ‘The Evolution of the Financial System in Post-war Japan’, Business History, 1993, 37, 2, 89.

48. M. Pomerleano, ‘The East Asia Crisis and Corporate Finance: The Untold Microeconomic Story’, Emerging Market Quarterly, Winter 1998.

49. E. Prasad, R. Rajan, and A. Subramanian, ‘The Paradox of Capital’, Finance & Development, 2007, 44, 1.

50. R. Rajan and L. Zingales, ‘Which Capitalism? Lessons From the East Asian Crisis’, Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 1998, 11, 40.

51. G. Redding, The Spirit of Chinese Capitalism (W. de Gruyter, 1990), pp. 1–16, 227–40.

52. H. Reed, ‘The Ascent of Tokyo as an International Financial Center’, Journal of International Business Studies, 1980, 11, 3, 19.

53. C. Schenk, ‘Banks and the Emergence of Hong Kong as an International Financial Center’, Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, 2002, 12, 321.

54. J. Seade and X. Wei, ‘The Demand for Financial Services in China: A Household Survey’, in J. Seade, P. Lin, Y. Ma, X. Wei, and Y. Zhang (eds.), Hong Kong as an International Financial Centre for China and for the World (Hong Kong, Lingnan University Department of Economics, 2010).

55. J. Stiglitz, ‘Some Lessons from the East Asian Miracle’, World Bank Research Observer, 1996, 11, 2, 151.

56. S. Swamy, ‘The Response to Economic Challenge: A Comparative Economic History of China and India 1870–1952’, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1979, 93, 1, 25.

57. J. Tongurai, ‘Bank of Thailand’s Swap Operations in 1996–97: Viewpoints of the Bank of Thailand and the Nukul Commission’, Osaka City University Business Review, 2005, 16, 25.

58. E. Truman, Sovereign Wealth Funds: Is Asia Different? (2011) (Peterson Institute for International Economics Working Paper No. 11).

59. R. Wade, Governing the Market: Economic Theory and the Role of Government in East Asia, 2nd edn. (Princeton University Press, 2004), pp. 297–344.

60. World Bank, The East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy (Oxford University Press, 1993), pp. 1–26.

61. Y. Yao and L. Yueh, ‘Law, Finance, and Economic Growth in China: An Introduction’, World Development, 2009, 37, 4, 753.

62. A. Young, ‘The Tyranny of Numbers: Confronting the Statistical Relationship of the East Asian Growth Experience’, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 1995, 110, 3.

63. X. Zhou, ‘On Savings Ratio, People’s Bank of China’ (Feb. 2011) (Banque de France Financial Stability Review No. 15).

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