Financial Restructuring after the 1997 Crisis and Impact of the Lehman Shock: Path Dependence of Financial Systems in Korea and Thailand
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Keywordsfinancial crisis ; path dependence ; institutional legacy ; financial system ; Korea ; Thailand;
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