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Scenarios for economic recovery: the Philippines
M.B. Lamberte; J.T. Yap / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 1999
This study reviews the economic policies and performance of the Philippine economy in the 1990s, briefly assesses the macro- and microeconomic impacts of the Asian financial crisis, describes the measures adopted by the government in ...
Currency crisis: where do we go from here?
M.B. Lamberte / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 1999
This paper reviews the arguments for and against the imposition of capital controls in the Philippines and discusses the liberalization process undertaken by the authorities since the 1980s. The view espoused by this paper is that the...
Resolution of nonperforming loans: do asset management companies matter?
G. Pasadilla; A. Hagiwara / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2005
When disturbances like an economic crisis, a market reform or even a change of government occur, the financial sector becomes affected and may result in a high level of nonperforming loans (NPLs). This makes banks unable to maintain t...
Developing an Early Warning System for BOP and Financial Crises: The Case of the Philippines
J.T. Yap / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 1998
After the onset of the East Asian financial crisis, the interest in early warning system has been revived. While there are different causes to which crises can be attributed, early warning system can be utilized to predict its emergen...
State of competition in the insurance industry: selected Asian countries
M.S. Milo / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2003
The 1997 Asian financial crisis highlighted the danger of firms’ heavy reliance on bank financing and led to the conclusion that Asian countries should develop capital markets as alternative sources of financing. Given the domin...
Fiscal reform agenda: getting ready for the bumpy ride ahead
R.G. Manasan / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
The paper traces the roots of the Philippines' fiscal problem and concludes that it is largely attributable to the deterioration of the natio nal government’s revenue effort. On the other hand, because the government relied heav...
Corporate restructuring in post-crisis Korea
Korea Development Institute 2010
The economic crisis of 1997 provided Korea with a rare opportunity to overhaul a government-business risk partnership that had become increasingly dysfunctional under liberalization and democratization. Well before the opening of capi...
Korea's labor and social security policy responses during the Korean crisis of 1998-2000
Korea Development Institute 2010
This volume explains Korea’s labour and social security policy responses during the Financial Crisis period from 1998 to 2000. The crisis was a financial one in nature: Korea was enveloped by the crisis because it’s foreig...
Overcoming the 1997-98 crisis
Dong Soo Kang / Korea Development Institute 2010
In 1997, Korea was hit by an economic shock, the likes of which it has never been seen before. Initiated by a foreign currency shortage, the 1997 financial crisis swept the entire financial sector and every part of the economy. The sy...
Lessons for the Philippines from the US financial crisis
G.O. Pasadilla / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2008
This policy note attempts to understand the potential economic implications to the Philippines of the global financial crisis and distill important policy lessons especially for financial regulation. The policy note identifies th...
Items 1 to 10 of 286

Items 1 to 10 of 286

Scenarios for economic recovery: the Philippines
M.B. Lamberte; J.T. Yap / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 1999
This study reviews the economic policies and performance of the Philippine economy in the 1990s, briefly assesses the macro- and microeconomic impacts of the Asian financial crisis, describes the measures adopted by the government in ...
Currency crisis: where do we go from here?
M.B. Lamberte / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 1999
This paper reviews the arguments for and against the imposition of capital controls in the Philippines and discusses the liberalization process undertaken by the authorities since the 1980s. The view espoused by this paper is that the...
Resolution of nonperforming loans: do asset management companies matter?
G. Pasadilla; A. Hagiwara / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2005
When disturbances like an economic crisis, a market reform or even a change of government occur, the financial sector becomes affected and may result in a high level of nonperforming loans (NPLs). This makes banks unable to maintain t...
Developing an Early Warning System for BOP and Financial Crises: The Case of the Philippines
J.T. Yap / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 1998
After the onset of the East Asian financial crisis, the interest in early warning system has been revived. While there are different causes to which crises can be attributed, early warning system can be utilized to predict its emergen...
State of competition in the insurance industry: selected Asian countries
M.S. Milo / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2003
The 1997 Asian financial crisis highlighted the danger of firms’ heavy reliance on bank financing and led to the conclusion that Asian countries should develop capital markets as alternative sources of financing. Given the domin...
Fiscal reform agenda: getting ready for the bumpy ride ahead
R.G. Manasan / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
The paper traces the roots of the Philippines' fiscal problem and concludes that it is largely attributable to the deterioration of the natio nal government’s revenue effort. On the other hand, because the government relied heav...
Corporate restructuring in post-crisis Korea
Korea Development Institute 2010
The economic crisis of 1997 provided Korea with a rare opportunity to overhaul a government-business risk partnership that had become increasingly dysfunctional under liberalization and democratization. Well before the opening of capi...
Korea's labor and social security policy responses during the Korean crisis of 1998-2000
Korea Development Institute 2010
This volume explains Korea’s labour and social security policy responses during the Financial Crisis period from 1998 to 2000. The crisis was a financial one in nature: Korea was enveloped by the crisis because it’s foreig...
Overcoming the 1997-98 crisis
Dong Soo Kang / Korea Development Institute 2010
In 1997, Korea was hit by an economic shock, the likes of which it has never been seen before. Initiated by a foreign currency shortage, the 1997 financial crisis swept the entire financial sector and every part of the economy. The sy...
Lessons for the Philippines from the US financial crisis
G.O. Pasadilla / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2008
This policy note attempts to understand the potential economic implications to the Philippines of the global financial crisis and distill important policy lessons especially for financial regulation. The policy note identifies th...
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