Asia's miraculous recovery from the 1997 crisis ushered in unexpected transformations to its economies and financial sectors. The reasons many Asian countries are growing above 6%, with double-digit growth for a year or two in-between, are investigated by this extensive research collection. The Handbook of Asian Finance covers the most interesting issues raised by these growth rates. From real estate prices and the effects of trading technologies for practitioners to tax evasion, market manipulation, and corporate governance issues, expert scholars analyze the ways that the region is performing. Offering broader and deeper coverage than other handbooks, the Handbook of Asian Finance explains what is going on in Asia today. Devotes significant attention to the systematic risk created by banksa exposure to links between real estate and other sectors Explores the implications implicit in the expansion of sovereign funds and the growth of the hedge fund and real estate fund management industries Investigates the innovations in technology that have ushered in faster capital flow and larger trading volumesthe effect of US news announcements on the correlations between the respective markets while the previous literature ... (FTSE SET Shariah Index), Indonesia ( Jakarta Composite Index), and the Philippines (Philippine Stock Exchange Index) .
|Title||:||Handbook of Asian Finance|
|Author||:||David Lee Kuo Chuen, Greg N. Gregoriou|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2014-05-12|