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East Asian Financial Crisis: Over or In Hibernation
An analysis of the East Asian financial crisis.
# 104685 | 2,181 words | 12 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Jun 22, 2008 in Asian Studies (East Asian Cultures) , Business (General) , Economics (General)

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The East Asian financial crisis was an important developmental economic event in that region. This paper attempts to put that financial crisis in perspective. The paper examines the speculation on whether the region still might suffer from or be prone to the effects of such a financial crisis. The paper also explains that the East Asian financial crisis can best be characterized as a currency crisis.

I. Introduction
Problem Definition
Goals and Objectives
Significance of Study
Summary of Results
II. Literature Review
Relative to Prior Research
Relevant Literature
Theory and Methodology
III. Methodology
Relation to Previous and Present Literature
Hypothesis Formulation
Advantages and Limitations
Plan of Analysis
IV. Data Collection and Analysis
Results and Explanations
Achievement of Goals and Objectives
V. Implications and Policy Recommendations
Policy Recommendations

From the Paper:

"The 1997 East Asian financial crisis, also known as the IMF crisis, caused the contraction of many formerly robust East Asian and Southeast Asian countries. The crisis began in Thailand and quickly spread throughout the region with sudden devaluation of currencies, stock markets and various other economic structures (Li). One unique characteristic of the East Asian financial crisis was not that it occurred but that it spread like a pandemic from one economy to the other in the region. The problem examined here is whether these conditions or characteristics that led to the financial crisis in the region persist in any real sense."

Sample of Sources Used:

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  • Li, Kui-Wai. Capitalist Development and Economism in East Asia: The Rise of Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, and South Korea. London: Routledge; 2002.

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"East Asian Financial Crisis: Over or In Hibernation" 22 June 2008. Web. 28 October. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/east-asian-financial-crisis-over-or-in-hibernation-104685/>