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Contents Foreword Salleh Majd Introduction Chapter 1. Agiotage and Arbitrage: Could They Work for an Investor in Asian Financial Crisis? Dilip K. Ghosh Shyamasri Ghosh Chapter 2. Financial Liberalization, Emerging Stock Market Efficiency, and Currency Crisis Vincent Dropsy Chapter 3. Olitical Risk in Taiwan: Valuing the Doubly Stochastic China Factor Ephraim Clark Radu Tunara Chapter 4. Foreign Exchange Rate Exposure During a Financial Crisis: The Case of Malaysian Multinationals Bala Ramasamy Chapter 5. Impact of Globalization on Capital Markets: The Egyptian Case Shahira Abdel Shahid Chapter 6. Optimization, Temporary Inefficiencies, and Profitability of Technical Trading Rules in Currency Markets Dennis Olson Chapter 7. Analyzing the Asian Crisis: Was it Really a Surprise? Michel-Henry Bouchet Ephraim Clark Bertrand Groslambert Chapter 8. Banking and Regulatory Reform in Post Crisis Asia Mohamed Ariff Michael T. Skully Chapter 9. Bank Operating Strategies and Impact of Crisis: The Malaysian Case Mohd Nordin Asudalli Obiyathulla Ismath Bacha Chapter 10. Persistent Dependence in Foreign Exchange Rates? A Reexamination John T. Barkoulas Christopher F. Baum Mustafa Caglayan Atreya Chakraborty Chapter 11. Transfer Pricing and Investment Incentives: Asian and North American Linkages Lawrence W. Nowicki Chapter 12. Money Exchange Rates and Inflation: Evidence from Malaysia Mohammed B. Yusoff Lee Chin Chapter 13. Impact of Pegging on Malaysian Ringitt after the Asian Financial Crisis Chee Ani Mad, Nik Mat, N. Zainudin, N. Ahmad, E. Chik Chapter 14. Optimum Currency Area: Euro as a Practical Paradigm? Elinda Fishman Kiss Chapter 15. Asian Financial Crisis: Whence and Wither? Dilip K. Ghosh Index About the Contributors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Capital market Asia, Financial crises Asia, Finance Asia, International finance