Table of contents : Introduction. The Changing Architecture of Financial Regulation East Asia growth and financial market weakness Stijn Claessens, World Bank. Prudential regulation of financial institutions in the Asia Pacific region Jai-Dong Shae, Bank of China in Taiwan. Financial innovation and the spread of financial derivatives in the region Sun Bae Kim, Goldman Sachs (Asia) L.L.C. Regional Financial Integration. The evolving pattern of Asia Pacific financial flows Mashahiro Kawai, University of Tokyo The development of East Asia securities markets Don Hanna, Goldman Sachs Hong Kong. Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore as competing financial centres Chia Siow Yue and Manuel Montes, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. Patterns of Corporate Governance, Finance and Financial Reform. Prospects for Indonesian corporate governance Farid Harianto. Developments in Chinese corporate finance Zhang Weiying, Peking University. Financial market reform and its impact on corporate organisation in Korea Sang-Yong Park, Yonsei University. Case Studies in Financial Reform. Financial froagility in Japan: A governance issue Akiyoshi Horiuchi, University of Tokyo. Reform of Australian and New Zealand financial markets Kevin Davis, University of Melbourne. Thailand's financial reform: problems and prospects Chaipat Sahasakul, Bank of Thailand. Asia Pacific Financial Deregulation: The Conditions for Success. Conclusion Gordon de Brouwer.
Contributor Information :Wissarn Pupphavesa. Gordon de BrouwerStijn Claessens World Bank. Jai-Dong Shea Bank of China in Hong Kong. Sun Bae Kim Goldman Sachs (Asia) L.L.C. Masahiro Kawai University of Tokyo. Don Hanna Goldman Sahcs Hong Kong. Chai Siow Yue Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. Manuel Montes Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. Farid HariantoZhang Weiying Peking University. Sang-Yong Park Yonsei University. Akiyoshi Horiuchi University of Tokyo. Kevin Davis University of Melbourne. Chaipat Sahasakul Bank of Thailand.