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AuthorPECC International Conference "Competition among financial centers in the Asia-Pacific : prospects, benefits, and costs--stumbling blocks or building blocks towards a regional financial community (2007 : Seoul, Korea)
TitleCompetition among financial centres in Asia-Pacific : Prospects, benefits, risks, and policy challenges / edited by Soogil Young ... [et al.]
Imprint Singapore : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009
Edition 1st ed
Descript xiii, 399 p. ; 23 cm

CONTENT

Competition among financial centres in Asia Pacific prospects, benefits, risks and policy challenges -- Hong Kong and East Asia's financial centres and global competition -- Singapore as a leading international financial centre: vision, strategies, roadmap and progress -- promoting Tokyo as an international financial centre -- can Tokyo become a global financial centre? -- making Australia a supplier of fund management to the world -- building the Shanghai international financial centre: strategic target, challenges and opportunities -- the Kiwi that had to fly: path dependence and evolutionary niches among international financial centres -- Seoul as an international financial centre: roadmap, progress and challenges -- comments on case studies by discussants session I: Hong Kong and Singapore -- session II: Tokyo and Sydney -- session III: Shanghai, Wellington and Seoul -- financial centres in the Asia-Pacific region: recent trends and developments -- competition and integration: financial centres and financial market integration in Asia -- financial centres in the Asia-Pacific region -- issues and findings


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