2 edition of Capital flows to South Asian and ASEAN countries found in the catalog.
Capital flows to South Asian and ASEAN countries
by International Economics Dept., World Bank in Washington, D.C. (1818 H St.,NW, Washington 20433)
Written in English
|Statement||Ishrat Husain and Kwang W. Jun.|
|Series||Policy research working papers ;, WPS 842|
|Contributions||Jun, Kwang Woo, 1949-|
|LC Classifications||HG3881.5.W57 P63 no. 842|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||93224216|
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Capital Flows to South Asian and ASEAN Countries Trends, Determinants, and Policy Implications Ishrat Husain and Kwang W. Jun Foreign direct investment has been more influential than other types of resource flows in shaping economic growth in ASEAN countries.
South Asian policymakers can also facilitate Capital flows to South Asian and ASEAN countries: trends, determinants, and policy implications (English) Abstract. The authors compare the experiences of selected Asian countries in attracting different forms of external financing and examine how that financing has contributed to Downloadable.
The authors compare the experiences of selected Asian countries in attracting different forms of external financing and examine how that financing has contributed to growth.
They carry out the analysis for two subgroups - South Asian and ASEAN countries - with distinctly different dominant forms of capital flows. After reviewing recent trends in financial flows to individual Get this from a library. Capital flows to South Asian and ASEAN countries: trends, determinants, and policy implications.
[Ishrat Husain; Kwang Woo Jun] Capital flows to South Asian and ASEAN countries: trends, determinants, and policy implications (Английский) Аннотация. The authors compare the experiences of selected Asian countries in attracting different forms of external financing and examine how that financing has contributed to The authors compare the experiences of selected Asian countries in attracting different forms of external financing and examine how that financing has contributed to growth.
They carry out the analysis for two subgroups - South Asian and ASEAN countries - with distinctly different dominant forms of capital :// The countries of this group (Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, and South Korea) have all achieved high levels of per capita GDP of between $30, and $60, are highly urbanized and connected.
They provide technology, capital, and a market ASEAN Plus Three was the first of attempts for further integration to improve existing ties of Southeast Asia with East Asian countries of China, Japan and South Korea.
This was followed by the even larger East Asia Summit (EAS), which included ASEAN Plus Three as well as India, Of the total FDI flows to East and South-East Asia, ASEAN’s share also increased from 31 per cent in to 34 per cent in Intra-ASEAN investments, the biggest contributor to FDI flows in the region, reached a new high of $27 billion, or around 19 per cent to total inflows in the :// In the decade from todata from the ASEAN Secretariat show that total FDI flows into the ten ASEAN countries trebled to $ billion in Only per cent of these flows originated from China, compared with per cent from within ASEAN, per Flows of Inward Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to ASEAN Countries (in million US$) International Merchandise Trade Statistics (IMTS) Trade in Goods (IMTS), Annually, HS 2 South and Southeast Asian countries are integrated under two distinct regional trade blocs, namely the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation Footnote 1 (SAFTA) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Footnote 2 (ASEAN).
Owing either to a perception of bolstering economic prosperity or to overcoming an economic crisis by injecting foreign capital and technology, developing and ASEAN countries, Thailand has been the largest recipient of capital flows between and However, with the currency crisis, they became outflows in The East Asia Summit (EAS) is a regional forum held annually by leaders of, initially, 16 countries in the East Asian, Southeast Asian, South Asian and Oceanian regions, based on the ASEAN Plus Six ship expanded to 18 countries including Russia and the United States at the Sixth EAS in Since its establishment, ASEAN has held the central role and leadership in the :// This study examines the nature of the growth process in the ASEAN countries, and particularly whether it has been generated primarily by more inputs or by productivity gains.
It uses internationally comparable data and explores an alternative method for estimating the capital and labor factor shares. The results, contradicting some previous studies, indicate a very impressive growth rate of Capital flows to low-income Asian countries have been small compared with those to the rest of the region, but they have been increasing, especially since the global financial crisis.
FDI has been the major component of capital flows to this country group, also reflecting greater investment in natural resource sectors following the spike in Using a sample of ASEAN + 3 (Association of South East Asian Nations + China, Korea and Japan) during the period between andwe identify the main factors that might influence regional Capital Market Integration in South Asia: Realizing the SAARC Opportunity discusses the potential Capital Market Products/Activities which can create closer inter-linkage of the South Asian capital markets and help local/global investors benefit from this economic opportunity.
While some ideas may be implementable now; others have future promise as the regional markets further :// International Capital Flows and East Asian Economic Dynamism * International Capital Flows and East Asian Economic Dynamism * Yeok, Tan Lin International Capital Flows and East Asian Economic Dynamism* A Review Article on The East-West Pendulum by Robert Lloyd George and Foreign Direct Investment and Industrializationin Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand,OECD, China's export and import to and from Japan, Korea and the ASEAN countries accounted for % of China's overall trade with the world inwhich was far larger than the share of % and 28.
Frankel, Jeffrey A, "Measuring International Capital Mobility: A Review," American Economic Review, American Economic Association, vol. 82(2), pagesMay. Hernandez, Leonardo & Rudolph, Heinz, "Sustainability of private capital flows to developing countries: However, the rapid growth of South-east Asia countries has suddenly come to halt inand ASEAN countries faced a difficult economic situation as a result of the financial crisis in the East ://Search results for Banks and Banking on ASEAN - Association of Southeast Asian Nations?t_6=urn/BUS