Recovering financial systems

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By Statement edited by Mariko Watanabe
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Contributions Watanabe, Mariko
Ajia Keizai Kenkyūjo (Japan)
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Isbn10 0230004741
Isbn13 9780230004740
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Languages /languages/eng
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Lc Classifications HC427.92 .R426 2006
Lccn 2006044787
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Notes "IDE-JETRO." Includes bibliographical references and index
Number Of Pages 284
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Pagination xiv, 284 p. :
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Publish Date 2006
Publish Places Basingstoke [England]
New York
Publishers Palgrave Macmillan
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Subjects China -- Economic policy -- 1976-2000
China -- Economic policy -- 2000-
Vietnam -- Economic policy -- 1975-
Burma -- Economic policy -- 1988-
Subtitle China and Asian transition economies
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Recovering financial systems
Authors Mariko Watanabe
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Categories Business & Economics
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Description This volume explores what happened in the Asian transition economies of China, Vietnam and Myanmar from both macro and micro perspectives. These economies opted for the gradual transition approach rather than the big bang approach that Russia and some CIS economies took. This ensured that institutional change was possible, unlike with the big bang approach. However the processes organized are done so by the governments, the same entities responsible for the planning during the planned economic eras, and whose incentive to reform may be debatable. This book questions whether these governments are capable of implementing effective reform and transformation.
Language en
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Page Count 284
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Published Date 2006-09-29
Publisher Palgrave MacMillan
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Subtitle China and Asian Transition Economies
Title Recovering Financial Systems

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