In mid-1997, a major crisis embraced the economies of Southeast Asia. Its effects were severe, particularly on the countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, many of whose currencies suffered market devaluations. This volume addresses the causes of the crisis and its ramifications for both trade and investment between the European Union and ASEAN at the turn of the century.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.03(d)|
About the Author
Jim Slater is Director of The Graduate Center at Birmingham Business School.
Corrado Molteni is Professor at the University Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, Milan.
Table of Contents
The Macroeconomic Picture
• Bridging Two Continents: EU-ASEAN Trade Investment
• Foreign Direct Investment in ASEAN: An Historical Perspective
• Foreign Direct Investment in ASEAN: A Contemporary Perspective
• ASEAN's Outward Direct Investment in Europe
• The Asian Financial Crisis
• Financial Upheaval in ASEAN: A European Perspective
• The Banking Crisis and Competitiveness in the Asian Economies
• Microeconomic Perspectives
• Floating Market: Currency Crises and ASEAN Tourism Exports
• The Effects of Outward Direct Investment on the Performance of Locally Controlled Companies in Malaysia
• The Distribution of Foreign Direct Investment in Vietnam: An Analysis of its Determinants
• The Future
• Enlargement to Include Formerly Centrally Planned Economies: ASEAN and the European Union Compared
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