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L'Asie d'une crise à l'autre : l'impact sur l'intégration régionale

  • Catherine FIGUIÈRE
  • Laëtitia Guilhot
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    This contribution analyses the link between the process of regional economic integration in East Asia and the history of two major recent economic crises : 1997, the so-called ?Asian crisis?, and 2007 the ?subprime crisis?, ten years later. In 1997, an economic crisis is generated in Asia, and the countries are forced to initiate the bases of a financial and monetary regional regime. In 2007, the crisis begins in the United-States, and after expands worldwide. In Asia, States decide to deepen their cooperation particularly on monetary matters, thereby strengthening the regional regime.

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    Volume (Year): n°154 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 29-44

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