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THE COMPOSITION OF INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL FLOWS IN ASIA

This paper examines the behaviour of the major components of capital flows in selected Asian countries before and during the 1997 crisis. The focus is on foreign direct investment (FDI), portfolio investment (PI) and international bank lending (BL). The empirical findings in this study support the h... Full description

Journal Title: The Asia Pacific journal of economics & business 2001, Vol.5 (2), p.4
Main Author: Gab-Je Jo
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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Publisher: Perth: Asia Pacific Journal of Economics and Business
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  • Economic growth
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  • Emerging markets
  • Foreign investment
  • Foreign residents
  • GDP
  • Gross Domestic Product
  • International finance
  • International lending
  • LDCs
  • Liberalization
  • Portfolio investments
  • Portfolio management
  • Public sector
  • Studies
  • Volatility
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description: This paper examines the behaviour of the major components of capital flows in selected Asian countries before and during the 1997 crisis. The focus is on foreign direct investment (FDI), portfolio investment (PI) and international bank lending (BL). The empirical findings in this study support the hypothesis that the composition of capital flows matters. It was found that FDI was relatively irreversible, playing a less important role than PI and BL in the Asian crisis. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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