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This paper assesses the costs and benefits of adopting a news common currency for countries in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Author(s): Madhur, Srinivasa
This paper surveys the growing literature on monetary cooperation in East Asia that goes beyond the Chiang Mai Initiative.
Author(s): Fabella, Raul
This paper reviews the evolving postcrisis efforts to promote a new regional financial architecture in East Asia and identifies activities of various groups which are presently under way to strengthen the process.
Author(s): Coleman, Brett E.
This paper explores the impact of economic growth as well as changes in income inequality on poverty reduction using provincial data from Thailand over the period 1992-1999.
Author(s): Deolalikar, Anil B.
The Asia Economic Monitor (AEM) is a quarterly review of East Asia's growth and recovery, financial and corporate sector reforms, and social developments. It covers the 10 Association of Southeast Asian Nations member countries plus the People's Republic of China and Republic of Korea.
This 14th edition of the Asian Development Outlook provides a comprehensive analysis of 41 economies in Asia and the Pacific, based on the Asian Development Bank's in-depth knowledge of the region.
This paper attempts to probe beneath cross-country income averages by analyzing provincial data on the poverty-growth nexus in the Philippines.
This paper suggests that government contracting of the provision of health services to nongovernmental entities is not only feasible but can potentially increase the coverage of health services in a short time.
This paper presents some ways to deal with volatility in a global economy.
This report uses the global commodity chains framework to explain the transformations in production and trade networks, as well as corporate strategies.
Author(s): Gereffi, Gary