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Financial Liberalization

How Far, How Fast?

by Joseph E. Stiglitz

  • 194 Want to read
  • 10 Currently reading

Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Banking,
  • Development economics,
  • International business,
  • International finance,
  • Financial crises,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Africa,
  • East Asia, Far East,
  • Former Soviet Union, USSR (Europe),
  • Latin America,
  • South East Asia,
  • Management,
  • Business & Economics / Finance,
  • Finance,
  • Monetary policy

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsGerard Caprio (Editor), Patrick Honohan (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7754829M
    ISBN 100521803691
    ISBN 109780521803694

    1. Introduction. Many banking crises have been preceded by financial liberalization. This link was noted as early as in a paper by Diaz-Alejandro ().More recently, Kaminsky and Reinhart () find that in 18 of the 26 banking crises they study, the financial sector had recently been liberalized. Caprio and Klingebiel (), Niimi (), and Gruben et al. () conclude that banks Cited by: Financial Liberalization, Innovation, and Stability: International Experience and Relevance for China INTRODUCTION GUA Kai and Alfred Schipke1 Finding the right balance between financial sector liberalization, opening up of the financial services sector, innovation, and safeguarding financial stability is a challenge for many countries.

    But informally, among the staff inside the IMF, these controls became heresy in the s and s, prompting critics to accuse the IMF of indiscriminately encouraging the liberalization of controls and precipitating a wave of financial crises in emerging markets in the late s. Gordon de Brouwer, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies this book provides useful information about the Asian financial crisis. Ying, Zhu, Asia Pacific Business Review This timely book examines the effects of financial liberalization in the more advanced economies of Southeast Asia.

    Financial Liberalisation refers to deregulation of domestic financial market and liberalisation of the capital account that implies removing the ceiling on interest rates. When it is in a liberalised system the competition between the different lending institutions for the deposits will increase interest rates on deposits which will increase. This book estimates the benefits of opening the financial sector to foreign competition. It assesses the macroeconomic benefits that flow from an improved financial sector and discusses the risks and costs involved in liberalization.


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The latest global financial and economic crisis of has shown the need to re-examine the desirability of financial liberalization. This book is undertaking such a study on the issue of financial and market liberalization by adopting sophisticated econometric by: 1.

In Financial Liberalization in Developing Countries, Trevor Sikorski challenges conventional financial liberalization theory by using a more complete view of the money creation process in developing countries.

This book seeks to develop a theoretical framework for successful analysis of monetary and financial policy in developing by: Financial Liberalization and Financial Crises. Stability and financial crises represent the other side of financial liberalization.

Opponents of financial liberalization argue that it would lead to financial crises (Caprio and Summers; Stiglitz). The opening of the current account may favor excessive borrowing—at both the government and.

financial liberalization n 2 discusses the outcomes of financial liberalization during the s, including the crises that occurred and their relation to macroeconomic policies,financial liber-alization, and the overhangs of old economic and political systems. Section 3 summarizes the lessonsFile Size: KB.

A Survey of Financial Liberalization, Issue A survey of financial liberalization Essays in International Finance, No. November Issue of Essays in international finance, ISSN X: Authors: John Williamson, Molly Mahar: Publisher: International Finance Section, Department of Economics, Princeton University, ISBN.

Financial Liberalization and the Asian Crisis rejects conventional explanations of the crisis as the outcome primarily of inefficient and corrupt economics systems in the countries concerned. It argues that the crisis was the result of premature and overly rapid financial liberalization in a world of increasing financial liquidity and.

The term financial liberalisation is used to cover a whole set of measures, such as the autonomy of the Central Bank from the government; the complete freedom of finance to move into and out of the economy, which implies the full convertibility of the currency; the abandonment of all “priority sector” lending targets; an end to government-imposed differential interest rate schemes; a.

The Future of Financial Liberalization in South Asia June 2 Disclaimer: The views expressed in this Development Paper are those of the author(s) and should not necessarily be considered as reflecting the views or carrying the endorsement of the United Nations.

Development Papers describe research in progress by the author(s) and. Originally published inFinancial Market Liberalization in Chile,analyses the liberalization of the financial market which took place during the monetarist book addresses the effect this had on the Chilean economy and how this affected effects of the behaviour of the firms which went bankrupt during this period.

This book makes new contributions to the topic by combining fact-?nding, empirical analysis, and theory to examine the relationship between—nancial liberalization and economic growth.

Among its contributions, the book provides detailed country assessments on the effects of—nancial liberalization, including its striking impact on the banking Author: Abdullahi Dahir Ahmed. This book looks at the implications of financial liberalization for three southern European countries - Greece, Portugal and Spain.

These countries have been carrying out their own financial liberalization and have also to respond to pressures for financial liberalization emanating from EC-wide measures.

This book examines the relationship between domestic and international financial. Rathindran, and Subramanian () examined the effects of financial liberalization on per-capita GNP growth in 59 countries between and and found that openness in financial services had positive and significant effects on economic growth.

The widespread financial crises of recent years have all too dramatically illustrated the shortcomings of financial policy under liberalization. The complexity of the issues mocks any idea that a standard liberalization template will be universally effective.

Book summary views reflect the number of visits to the book and chapter landing. The recent experience with financial liberalization in both industrial and developing countries holds a number of useful lessons. This paper draws on this experience to discuss some crucial issues in financial reform in developing countries.

The focus is on how to improve the contribution of finance to growth and industrialization; developing the financial sector and promoting financial. May Banking crises are more likely to occur in liberalized financial systems. Financial liberalization should be approached cautiously-even where macroeconomic stabilization has been achieved-in countries where there is little respect for the rule of law, poor contract enforcement, and a.

Buy Financial Liberalization Books online at best prices in India by Joseph E Stiglitz,Gerard Caprio,Gerard, Jr. (The World Bank) Caprio,Patrick (The World Bank) Honohan from Buy Financial Liberalization online of India’s Largest Online Book Store, Only Genuine Products.

Lowest price and Replacement Guarantee. Cash On Delivery Available. For two decades thinking on economic policy has been dominated by the idea of economic liberalization in general and financial deregulation in particular.

This field has become both extensive and controversial, yet there is no single book which treats financial deregulation in a complete and coherent manner. This book rectifies the shortfall by focBrand: Taylor And Francis.

Financial liberalization, uncertainty and private investment. In most emerging markets financial liberalization has been accompanied by sharp fluctuations in key macro and micro prices together with increasing uncertainty.

Consumption volatility, for example, has increased in emerging markets during the s (Kose et al., ).Cited by: Introduction and overview: the case for liberalization and some drawbacks / Gerard Caprio, James A. Hanson, and Patrick Honohan --Robust financial restraint / Patrick Honohan and Joseph E.

Stiglitz --How interest rates changed under liberalization: a statistical review / Patrick Honohan --Financial liberalization and financial fragility / Ash.

The financial crisis that hit a number of 'miracle' economies of Asia in shocked the world. Financial Liberalization and the Asian Crisis rejects conventional explanations of the crisis as the outcome primarily of inefficient and corrupt economics systems in the countries concerned.

Financial Liberalization in Developing Countries Bela Balassa Higher real interest rates increase financial intermediation, which in turn raises the rate of economic growth in developing countries. The Policy, Planning. and Research Complex distributes PPR Working Papers to disseminate the findings of .quently, financial liberalization should lead to an incr ease in both the quantity and the quality of financial intermediation by the banking system.

Financial liberalization can therefore stimulate economic development through a variety of channels. Since the financial system performs the vital function of rais-Cited by:   The Order Of Economic Liberalization book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Can knowledge of financial policies in developing cou 5/5.