Macroeconomics

Title Date published Author
A De Facto Asian-Currency Unit Bloc in East Asia: It Has Been There but We Did Not Look for It January 2011 Eric Girardin
Financial Development: A Broader Perspective December 2010 Richard Reid
Asia’s Post-Global Financial Crisis Adjustment: A Model-Based Dynamic Scenario Analysis November 2010 Masahiro Kawai, Fan Zhai
Asset Market Structures and Monetary Policy in a Small Open Economy October 2010 Yongseung Jung
Promoting Learning and Industrial Upgrading in ASEAN Countries September 2010 Willem Thorbecke, Mario Lamberte, Ginalyn Komoto
Fiscal Policy Issues for India after the Global Financial Crisis (2008–2010) September 2010 Rajiv Kumar, Alamuru Soumya
China's exchange rate: The plight of an immature international creditor September 2010 Ronald McKinnon
The Role of Macroeconomic Policy in Rebalancing Growth February 2010 Peter J. Morgan
The Indian Exchange Rate and Central Bank Action: A GARCH Analysis January 2010 Ashima Goyal, Sanchit Arora
Asia confronts the impossible trinity January 2010 Ila Patnaik, Ajay Shah
Applying the Lessons of Asia: The IMF’s Crisis Management Strategy in 2008 January 2010 Shinji Takagi
Inflation Targeting and Pass-through Rate in East Asian Economies January 2010 Hiroyuki Taguchi, Woong-Ki Sohn
Fiscal Policy Issues in Korea after the Current Crisis January 2010 Kiseok Hong
Dissecting the China Puzzle: Asymmetric Liberalization and Cost Distortion January 2010 Huang Yiping
The Role of the State in Managing and Forestalling Systemic Financial Crises: Some Issues and Perspectives January 2010 Charles Adams
Asset Market Structures and Monetary Policy in a Small Open Economy January 2010 Yongseung Jung
Save now, prosper later: Increasing New Zealand’s savings rate - a preliminary dynamic CGE analysis January 2010 James Zuccollo, John Ballingall
What Does the Lewis Turning Point Mean for China? A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis January 2010 Huang Yiping, Jiang Tingsong
A Gaussian Test for Cointegration January 2010 Tilak Abeysinghe, Gulasekaran Rajaguru
How Would an Appreciation of the Yuan Affect the People’s Republic of China’s Surplus in Processing Trade? January 2010 Willem Thorbecke