Asia Economic Monitor - December 2009
The Asia Economic Monitor is a semiannual review of emerging East Asia's growth and policy issues. It covers the 10 members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations; People's Republic of China; Hong Kong, China; Republic of Korea; and Taipei,China. This issue includes a special section on regional surveillance in East Asia.
- Abbreviations and Acronyms
- Emerging East Asia - A Regional Economic Update
- Recent Economic Performance
- Growth and Inflation
- Balance of Payments
- Financial Markets and Exchange Rates
- Monetary and Fiscal Policy
- Assessment of Financial Vulnerability
- Economic Outlook for 2010, Risks and Policy Issues
- External Economic Environment
- Regional Economic Outlook for 2010
- Risks to the Outlook
- Policy Issues
- Regional Surveillance for Economic Stability
- What is Surveillance?
- Why "Regional" Surveillance?
- How is regional surveillance currently carried out in East Asia?
- How should an effective regional surveillance mechanism be designed?
- How should regional surveillance in East Asia be strengthened?
- What role has ADB played - and what is its future role - as regional surveillance deepens?