Macroeconomic policy for emerging markets : lessons from Thailand / Bhanupong Nidhiprabha.  (Text) (Text)

Bhanupong Nidhiprabha, 1954-
Call no.: HB172.5 .B556 2019Series: Routledge studies in development economics: Publication: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2019Description: xiv, 254 p. : illISBN: 9781138644199 (hbk); 1138644196 (hbk)Subject(s): MacroeconomicsMonetary policy -- ThailandThailand -- Economic policyThailand -- Economic conditionsLOC classification: HB172.5 | .B556 2019
Contents:The Thai economy in the early years: 1961-1990 -- The resilience of the Thai economy: 1991-2005 -- Political instability, the coups, and the underperforming economy: 2006-2017 -- The banking sector : adjustments to financial crises and business cycle -- The stock market and macroeconomy -- External imbalances and macroeconomic adjustments -- Exchange rate policy : lessons from the past -- Monetary policy strategy for long-term growth and stability -- Impacts of quantitative monetary easing policy -- China's business cycle and impacts on Thailand -- Fiscal policy for long-term growth and stability -- Macroeconomic perspective of poverty and income distribution -- Conclusions: lessons for emerging economies.
Summary: Macroeconomic policies matter for sustainable long-term growth. With global fluctuations, deviation from a stable growth path can be minimized by countercyclical macro policies, if properly implemented. This book examines Thailand’s 55 years of experience in macroeconomic management and provides valuable lessons for other emerging economies at various stages of development on what could have been done to avoid economic instability. It also examines how short-term complications can develop into perennial problems obstructing the process of economic development. The book provides an alternative approach to the study of economic growth through the inclusion of both economic history and institutional context, appealing to academics and economists who focus on economic growth, economic development, international macroeconomics, public policy study, business cycles, and the open-market economy.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The Thai economy in the early years: 1961-1990 -- The resilience of the Thai economy: 1991-2005 -- Political instability, the coups, and the underperforming economy: 2006-2017 -- The banking sector : adjustments to financial crises and business cycle -- The stock market and macroeconomy -- External imbalances and macroeconomic adjustments -- Exchange rate policy : lessons from the past -- Monetary policy strategy for long-term growth and stability -- Impacts of quantitative monetary easing policy -- China's business cycle and impacts on Thailand -- Fiscal policy for long-term growth and stability -- Macroeconomic perspective of poverty and income distribution -- Conclusions: lessons for emerging economies.

Macroeconomic policies matter for sustainable long-term growth. With global fluctuations, deviation from a stable growth path can be minimized by countercyclical macro policies, if properly implemented. This book examines Thailand’s 55 years of experience in macroeconomic management and provides valuable lessons for other emerging economies at various stages of development on what could have been done to avoid economic instability. It also examines how short-term complications can develop into perennial problems obstructing the process of economic development.

The book provides an alternative approach to the study of economic growth through the inclusion of both economic history and institutional context, appealing to academics and economists who focus on economic growth, economic development, international macroeconomics, public policy study, business cycles, and the open-market economy.

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