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Title   Bank Indonesia & the Crisis An Insiders View 

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Author   DJIWANDONO J  ISBN   9789812303080  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Institute of Southeast Asian Studies  Group   Commerce/Law View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Economics  Terms and conditions
Edition   1/2005 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2005 
Subject   Banking 
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Synopsis Written by a major public figure and player in the events, this important book documents and evaluates a turning point in the political and economic history of Southeast Asia's most populous country, Indonesia. Controversial issues such as the infamous bank closures are analysed, and there is a wealth of detail on a range of topics during this turbulent period in Indonesia's recent history. This book contains a vast amount of original and valuable material, including the workings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) at a critical juncture. It also details the various domestic responses to the crisis against the swift and ferocious behaviour of the international markets. Part autobiography and part treatise, this volume candidly examines the Bank Indonesia crisis and has important lessons and insights into the way the economy was managed in the last years of the Soeharto era. A must-read for economists, government analysts and scholars of Southeast Asia and Indonesia in particular which is destined to itself generate much more debate about the events of that period.

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