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Financial structures and monetary policies in Southeast Asia

Author: Lee, S. Y ; Jao, Y. C.Publisher: Macmillan, 1982.Language: EnglishDescription: 338 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0333286170Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Financial Strutures and Monterary Policies in Southeast Asia Contents xiii 1 7 7 8 8 14 16 21 23 23 26 30 33 34 37 47 51 52 53 54 55 61 63 63 Preface 1 INTRODUCTION 2 FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND MONETARY POLICY IN HONG KONG Introduction Financial Structure Banking and near-banking sectors Non-bank financial intermediaries Financial markets Indicators of financial deepening Monetary Policy Currency issue and monetary standard Determinants and behaviour of money supply Interest rates and exchange rates Credit creation and credit allocation Money supply and inflation Conduct of monetary policy Conclusions 3 FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND MONETARY POLICY IN SINGAPORE Financial Structure The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Singapore Currency Board Commercial banks Finance companies Merchant banks Post Office Savings Bank (POSB) Central Provident Fund (CPF) Insurance companies Other financial institutions Singapore as a financial centre and the Asian Currency Market and Asian Bond Market Stock Exchange of Singapore Direct and indirect contribution of financial institutions General review: problems and prospects Monetary Policy Objectives of monetary policy Instruments of monetary control Monetary policy in the 1970s International aspect of monetary policy Money, income and balance of payments Conclusion 4 FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND MONETARY POLICY IN MALAYSIA Financial Structure Bank Negara Malaysia Commercial banks Finance companies Merchant banks Industrial finance institutions Rural credit and development institutions House credit institutions Other financial institutions The capital market : Stock Exchange of Malaysia General review: problems and prospects Monetary Policy Objectives and instruments of monetary policy Monetary growth, income growth and price change Determinants of money supply and the balance of payments Conclusion 5 FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND MONETARY POLICY IN INDONESIA Financial Structure Historical development and present framework 65 66 68 69 77 78 80 81 81 83 87 89 92 96 98 98 98 99 103 105 107 109 111 112 113 113 116 116 120 122 124 126 126 126 Bank Indonesia Commercial banks Development banks Development finance corporations and investment finance corporations Savings banks Capital market: Jakarta Stock Exchange Characteristic features, problems and prospects Monetary Policy Monetary policy since 1967 Instruments of monetary policy Foreign exchange rate policy Money, income and prices Conclusion 6 FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND MONETARY POLICY IN THAILAND Financial Structure Bank of Thailand Commercial banks Finance and securities companies Industrial Finance Corporation of Thailand (IFCT) Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Co-operatives (BAAC) Government Savings Bank Government Housing Bank Insurance companies Characteristic features, problems and prospects Monetary Policy General review of monetary policy Instruments of monetary control and monetary policy since the 1960s Money, income and balance of payments Conclusion 7 FINANCIAL STRUCTURE AND MONETARY POLICY IN THE PHILIPPINES Financial Structure Central Bank of the Philippines Commercial banks 129 131 134 135 135 136 136 138 138 139 141 143 146 148 148 148 149 154 156 157 157 158 158 158 161 161 163 167 170 172 172 173 173 Rural banks Development banks Savings banks Investment houses Finance companies Other financial institutions General review: problems and prospects Monetary Policy Monetary system and monetary control Monetary policy since the 1950s Money, income and balance of payments Conclusion 8 PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF ASEAN FINANCIAL COOPERATION Financial Liberalisation and Degree of Dependence on Central Bank Finance Market Forces and Government Action Role of Public Sector in Financial System Foreign Banks and Financial Institutions in Financial System Direction and Guidelines of Lending Rural credit and agricultural finance Finance of industries Commercial credit Financial Deepening and Economic Development Projects Monetary and Banking Relations among ASEAN Countries Problems and Prospects of ASEAN Financial Cooperation 9 CONCLUSION Hong Kong and Singapore as Financial Centres Hong Kong and ASEAN in the Perspective of Regional Development Statistical Tables Appendices: Commercial Banks Notes and References Index 180 181 182 183 184 184 186 188 188 191 193 196 198 199 202 202 204 207 207 210 211 211 216 219 224 224 228 231 297 305 329

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