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Macroeconomic management in Southeast Asia's transitional economies

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Title: Macroeconomic management in Southeast Asia's transitional economies
Authors: Montes, Manuel F.
Reyes, Romeo A.
Somsak Tabunlertchai
LC Subject Headings: Southeast Asia - Economic policy
Monetary policy - Southeast Asia
Fiscal policy - Southeast Asia
Asian and Pacific Development Centre
East-West Center
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Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia ; Asian and Pacific Development Centre ; Honolulu, HI : East-West Center; New York, NY : United Nations Development Programme
Abstract: Contents: Is there an Asian approach to macroeconomic management in the process of transition? / Manuel F. Montes, Brian Van Arkadie -- Economic reform and policy issues in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia / Brain Van Arkadie -- Question of Indochina membership in ASEAN / Mohamed Ariff -- Inflation management and stabilization: the Cambodian experience / Michael Ward -- Inflation management in the process of transition in the Lao PDR / Bousbong Souvannavong, Khamsouk Sundara -- Inflation and macroeconomic management in Thailand / Bhanupong Nidhiprabha -- Fighting inflation while sustaining growth and reform momentum in Vietnam / Dan Duc Dam -- Experiences in inflation management in Indonesia, 1966-92 / Anwar Nasution -- Household savings mobilization in Cambodia / Chanthou Boua -- Resource mobilization in transition: the Lao PDR experience / Mark Sundberg -- Thailand's approach to savings mobilization / Dow Mongkolsmai -- Savings mobilization in the process of transition in Vietnam / Nguyen Thi Hien -- Savings and savings mobilizations: policy and experience in the Philippines / Edita A. Tan -- Lessons from Southeast Asian transition / Manuel F. Montes, Romeo A. Reyes, Somsak Tambunlertchai.
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Pages/Duration: 347 p.
Rights: Copyright Asian and Pacific Development Centre, East-West Center, United Nations Development Programme
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