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International financial contagion

Author: Claessens, Stijn ; Forbes, Kristin J.Meeting: International financial contagion: how it spreads and how it can be stopped, Washington, DC, February 3-4, 2000Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001.Language: EnglishDescription: 466 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0792372859Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Print HG3881 .I69 2001
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Includes bibliographical references


International Financial Contagion Table of Contents Preface Acknowledgments Contributors vii ix xi PART I: OVER VIEW: THE THEORY AND EMPIRICS OF CONTAGION 1. International Financial Contagion: An Overview of the Issues and the Book Stijn Claessens and Kristin Forbes 2. Contagion: Why Crises Spread and How This Can Be Stopped Stijn Claessens, Rudiger Dornbusch and Yung Chul Park 3. Measuring Contagion: Conceptual and Empirical Issues Kristin Forbes and Roberto Rigobon 4. The Channels for Financial Contagion Matthew Pritsker 3 19 43 67 PART H: SPECIFIC MECHANISMS DRIVING CONTAGION 5. Crisis Transmission: Evidence from the Debt, Tequila and Asian Flu Crises José de Gregorio and Rodrigo Valdes 6. Flight to Quality: Investor Risk Tolerance and the Spread of Emerging Market Crises Barry Eichengreen, Galina Hale and Ashoka Mody 7. Mutual Fund Investment in Emerging Markets: An Overview Graciela Kaminsky, Richard Lyons and Sergio Schmukler 8. Portfolio Diversification, Leverage, and Financial Contagion Garry Schinasi and Todd Smith 99 129 157 187 PART III: CASE STUDIES OF CONTAGION 9. Thai Meltdown and Transmission of Recession within the ASEAN4 and NIE4 Tilak Abeysinghe 10. Financial Contagion in the East Asian Crisis: With Special Reference to the Republic of Korea Yung Chul Park and Chi-Young Song 11. The Russian Default and the Contagion to Brazil Taimur Baig and Ilan Goldfajn 12. Contagion of International Financial Crises: The Case of Mexico Santiago Bazdresch and Alejandro Werner 13. Financial Market Spillovers: How Different are the Transition Economies? Gaston Gelos and Ratna Sahay 14. Are Financial Crises Becoming More Contagious?: What is the Historical Evidence on Contagion? Michael Bordo and Antu Murshid 225 241 267 301 329 367 PART IV: IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY AND THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE 15. International Contagion: Implications for Policy Roberto Chang and Giovanni Majnoni 16. International Financial Reform: Regulatory and Other Issues John Hawkins and Philip Turner 407 431 PART V: ORIGINAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM 461

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