The usual disclaimers apply. Chapter present financial crisis is very different from the one Malaysia experienced in
Theories[ edit ] The currency crises and sovereign debt crises that have occurred with increasing frequency since the Latin American debt crisis of the s have inspired a huge amount of research. There have been several 'generations' of models of currency crises.
This happens if investors foresee that a government is running an excessive deficit, causing it to run short of liquid assets or "harder" foreign currency which it can sell to support its currency at the fixed rate. Investors are willing to continue holding the currency as long as they expect the exchange rate to remain fixed, but they flee the currency en masse when they anticipate that the peg is about to end.
Second generation[ edit ] The 'second generation' of models of currency crises starts with the paper of Obstfeld Third generation[ edit ] 'Third generation' models of currency crises have explored how problems in the banking and financial system interact with currency crises, and how crises can have real effects on the rest of the economy.
Chang and Velasco argue that a currency crisis may cause a banking crisis if local banks have debts denominated in foreign currency,  Burnside, Eichenbaum, and Rebelo and argue that a government guarantee of the banking system may give banks an incentive to take on foreign debt, making both the currency and the banking system vulnerable to attack.
He proposed his model as "yet another candidate for third generation crisis modeling" p However, the banking system plays no role in his model.
His model led to the policy prescription: Eurozone crisis as a balance-of-payments crisis[ edit ] According to some economists the Eurozone crisis was in fact a balance-of-payments crisis or at least can be thought of as at least as much as a fiscal crisis.
Then following the global financial crisis of —08came a sudden stop to these capital inflows that in some cases even led to a total reversal, i.This paper evaluates (1) whether the exogenous component of financial intermediary development influences economic growth and (2) whether cross-country differences in legal and accounting systems (e.g., creditor rights, contract enforcement, and accounting standards) explain differences in the level of financial development.
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EconomicCrisisand itsSocialImpacts Lessons from the Asian Economic Crisis M. RAMESH UniversityofHongKong abstract The objective of this paper is to survey the social consequences of the Asian financial crisis with the purpose of drawing policy lessons.
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Our analysis of the impact of the recent global financial crisis on Malaysia therefore begins with an understanding of the Asian financial crisis of –9 and how it shaped this crisis. Islamic Economic Studies Vol. 9, No. 2, March THE FINANCIAL CRISIS IN MALAYSIA: CAUSES, RESPONSE, AND RESULTS† ZUBAIR HASAN∗ This paper argues that the financial crisis did not hit Malaysia because.