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Responding to the Global Financial and Economic Crisis: Meeting the Challenges in Asia

By Douglas Arner and Lotte Schou-Zibell

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Based on a review of international and regional responses to the global financial and economic crisis and its implications for finance in Asia, Douglas Arner and Lotte Schou-Zibell draw lessons for Asian financial systems with regard to the scope of regulation; financial standards; supervision, regulation, and infrastructure; financial crises resolution; financial sector development; and strengthened regional financial architecture. They conclude with a discussion of challenges and policy options.Global financial crisis; Group of 20; systemic risk; financial sector development

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