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  • Strengthening Economic Cooperation in Northeast Asia

    냉전의 종식과 함께 동북아 경제협력의 새로운 시대가 도래하였으며, 이는 1990년대에 동북아 지역내 교역과 투자의 괄목할만한 증가로 나타났다. (생략)

    김윤형 외 발간일 2004.09.30

    경제통합, 경제협력

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    Part I Rationale for Enhancing Northeast Asian Economic Cooperation and Some
    Possible Options
    1. Rationale for Institutionalizing Northeast Asian Economic Cooperation
    and Some Possible Options-3
    2. Reflections on Economic Integration in Northeast Asia - 33
    3. Rationale for Enhancing Northeast Asian Economic Cooperation and Some
    Possible Options:
    A European Perspective - 65

    Part II Toward Formal Economic Integration in Northeast Asia: Beginning with a
    Bilateral FTA
    4. Toward Formal Economic Integration in Northeast Asia: Beginning with a
    Bilateral FTA - 115
    5. A Bilateral or Trilateral FTA? - 137
    6. Emerging Bilateral Free Trade Agreements in Northeast Asia: Building
    Blocs and Stumbling
    Blocs - 163

    Part III Investment Cooperation in Northeast Asia
    7. Toward Northeast Asian Production Networks - 195
    8. Need for Developing Financing and Policy Initiatives in Northeast Asia
    - 229
    9. Need for Developing Financing and Policy Initiatives in North Korea -
    253

    Part IV Financial Cooperation in Northeast Asia
    10. Monetary and Financial Cooperation in East Asia: The Chiang Mai
    Initiative and Beyond - 295
    11. Toward an Asian Currency Union - 311

    Part V Major Findings and Policy Implications
    Comments - 379
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    국문요약
    냉전의 종식과 함께 동북아 경제협력의 새로운 시대가 도래하였으며, 이는 1990년대에 동북아 지역내 교역과 투자의 괄목할만한 증가로 나타났다. (생략)
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  • Regional Financial Arrangements in East Asia

    1997년 아시아 금융위기가 발발하기 전까지만 해도 동아시아 지역에서 어떤 형태이던 지역금융협력체가 태동할 것으로 생각하거나 주장하였던 연구는 거의 찾아 볼 수 없다. 심지어 역내의 무역블록 필요성에 대해서도 회의적인 입장이 지배적이었다..

    김윤형 외 발간일 2001.08.15

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    List of Figures
    List of Tables
    Contributors
    Preface
    Introduction
    Yoon Hyung Kim and Yunjong Wang

    Part I. Financial Systems in East Asia: Challenges and Opportunities

    1. East Asian Financial Markets:
    Current Status and Future Development
    Gordon J. de Brouwer
    Introduction
    Capital Flows before, during, and after the Crisis
    Policy Issues
    Conclusion

    2. The Japanese Yen as an International Currency
    Eiji Ogawa
    Introduction
    Current Status of the Japanese Yen as an International Currency
    The Need to Internationalize the Japanese Yen:
    International Perspectives
    Inertia of the Key Currency
    A Gulliver Type of International Monetary System
    Measures to Enhance an International Role of the Japanese Yen
    Conclusion
    Appendix: Network Externalities and an International Currency

    3. Development of Asian Bond Markets
    Yoon-Shik Park
    Introduction
    Recent Debt Market Developments in Asia
    Prices and Risks
    Market Infrastructure
    Bond Yield Benchmarks
    Tax and Other Regulatory Issues
    Progress in Asian Bond Markets and Remaining Challenges
    Conclusion
    Comments
    Morris Goldstein
    Mario B. Lamberte

    Part II. New International Financial Architecture:
    Its Regional Implications

    4. Strengthening the International Financial Architecture:
    Where Do We Stand?
    Morris Goldstein
    Introduction
    Interest Rates and Maturity of IMF Loans
    Size of Fund Loans
    IMF Policy Conditionality
    Ex Post Policy Conditionality versus Ex Ante Conditionality
    Scope of Conditionality
    Currency Regime and Burden-Sharing Aspects of Fund
    Conditionality
    Implementation of International Financial Standards
    Concluding Remarks
    Postscript

    5. Reforming the International Financial Architecture:
    The East Asian View
    Mario B. Lamberte
    Introduction
    Recent Performance and Prospects of East Asian Economies
    The Major Issues Being Debated
    Governance Structure for Reforming the International
    Architecture
    Capital Account Liberalization and Capital Controls
    Exchange Rate Regime
    International Standards
    Capital Adequacy Requirements
    Highly Leveraged Institutions (HLIs) and Credit Rating
    Agencies
    Private Sector Involvement
    The Bretton Woods Institutions
    Regional Financial Arrangement
    General Assessment
    Governance Structure
    Substance of the Reform Agenda
    Regional Financial Arrangement
    Annex A: G-22 Reports on the International Financial Architecture
    Enhancing Transparency and Accountability
    Strengthening Financial Systems
    Managing International Financial Crises
    Annex B: Objectives and Membership of the Financial
    Stability Forum (FSF)
    Annex C: Tasks of the Working Groups of the Financial
    Stability Forum
    Annex D: Key Principles for Reform of the IMF

    6. Appropriate Exchange Rate Regimes in Developing Countries:
    The Case of Korea
    Chae-Shick Chung and Doo Yong Yang
    Introduction
    Choice of Exchange Rate Regime in Developing Countries
    Brief History of International Exchange Rate System
    Issues on Choice of Exchange Rate Arrangement
    Lessons and Issues from Recent Currency Crises
    Recent Financial Market Developments in Korea
    Methodology
    Data Description
    Empirical Results
    Conclusion
    Comments
    Djisman S. Simanjuntak
    Eiji Ogawa
    Il SaKong

    Part III. Regional Financial Arrangements: Issues and Prospects

    7. Do We Need a Regional Lender of Last Resort?
    Pakorn Vichyanond
    Introduction
    Why International Lender of Last Resort?
    IMF Stories
    Regional Lender of Last Resort
    Complements, Cautions, and Supplements
    Conclusion

    8. A Proposal for Asian Arrangements to Borrow
    Tae-Joon Kim, Jai-Won Ryou, and Yunjong Wang
    Introduction
    Review of Multilateral Arrangements to Borrow
    The General Arrangements to Borrow (GAB)
    The New Arrangements to Borrow (NAB)
    Credit Arrangements of the European Community
    ASEAN Swap Arrangement
    Major Issues for Asian Financial Arrangements
    Rationale for Asian Financial Arrangements
    Institutional Considerations for Asian Financial Arrangements
    Moral Hazard
    Credibility and Sustainability
    Architecture for the Asian Arrangements to Borrow
    Basic Characteristics of the Asian Arrangements to Borrow
    Ceilings to Borrowing and Credit Arrangements
    Terms and Conditions for Lending and Borrowing
    Other Operational Modalities
    Agenda for the Asian Arrangements to Borrow
    Feasibility
    Anticipated Benefits
    Action Plan
    Conclusion

    9. China and Asian Monetary Cooperation
    Yongding Yu
    Introduction
    China's Economic Growth and Its External Environment
    China's Economic Performance before the Asian Financial Crisis
    The Impact of the Asian Financial Crisis on the Chinese
    Economy
    Macroeconomic Management in China during and after the
    Asian Financial Crisis
    Channels of the Contagion Effect on the Chinese Economy
    China's Policy Responses toward the Asian Financial Crisis
    Asian Monetary Fund and Asian Monetary Cooperation
    The Prospect for Asian Monetary Cooperation
    Trade Policy
    Macroeconomic Policy
    Exchange Rate Policy
    Crisis Prevention, Crisis Management, and Assistance
    to Facilitate Adjustment

    10. Financial Cooperation and Coordination in East Asia:
    An ASEAN Perspective
    Khee Giap Tan and Kang Chen
    Introduction
    Inertia and Difficulties with the Existing RFAs within ASEAN + 3
    RFAs: A Taxonomy on Their Geopolitical Implications and
    Global Economic Reality
    Geopolitical Implications
    Regional Economic Reality
    Shaping, Fine-Tuning, and Unifying RFAs
    Concluding Remarks
    Comments
    Anne O. Krueger
    D. W. Nam

    Part IV. Major Findings and Policy Implications
    Comments
    Morris Goldstein
    Kyung Tae Lee
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    국문요약
    1997년 아시아 금융위기가 발발하기 전까지만 해도 동아시아 지역에서 어떤 형태이던 지역금융협력체가 태동할 것으로 생각하거나 주장하였던 연구는 거의 찾아 볼 수 없다. 심지어 역내의 무역블록 필요성에 대해서도 회의적인 입장이 지배적이었다. 그러나 아시아 금융위기는 역내 금융협력 필요성을 일깨어 준 계기로 작용하였고, 지역금융협력의 필요성을 둘러싸고 치열한 논쟁이 있어 왔다. 일본을 중심으로 아시아 통화기금의 창설 필요성이 제기되었고, 다른 한편으로 국제통화기금과 서방국가들은 국제금융기구의 중복성과 도덕적 해이를 문제삼아 지역금융협력체의 창설에 강력하게 반대하였다. (생략)
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