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245 00 Transpacific rebalancing :|bimplications for trade and 
       economic growth /|cBarry P. Bosworth and Masahiro Kawai, 
264  1 Washington, D.C. :|bBrookings Institution Press,|c[2014] 
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500    "[Published in collaboration with] Asian Development Bank 
       Institute, Tokyo." 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Overview of issues, challenges and policy directions / 
       Barry Bosworth and Masahiro Kawai -- Exchange rates and 
       global rebalancing / Barry Eichengreen and Gisela Rua -- 
       Investigating the effect of exchange rate changes on 
       transpacific rebalancing / Willem Thorbecke and Ginalyn 
       Komoto -- Rebalancing the U.S. economy in a postcrisis 
       world / Barry Bosworth and Susan M. Collins -- Japan's 
       current account rebalancing / Masahiro Kawai and Shinji 
       Takagi -- Causes of and remedies for the People's Republic
       of China's external imbalances : the role of factor market
       distortion / Yiping Huang and Kunyu Tao -- Asian tiger 
       economies' choices / Hwee Kwan Chow -- ASEAN's need to 
       rebalance : more regional than global? / Iwan J. Azis and 
       Mario B. Lamberte -- Crisis, imbalances, and India / Rajiv
       Kumar and Pankaj Vashisht. 
520    Persistently large external imbalances in the world 
       economy contributed to the outbreak of the recent 
       financial crisis. The current account imbalances were 
       particularly severe among the economies that border on the
       Pacific-the United States ran large deficits, with 
       offsetting surpluses in East Asia. The depth and breadth 
       of the global recession also demonstrated the need for a 
       coordination of national policies to achieve a sustained 
       recovery. While the magnitude of global-trade disruption 
       led to some reduction in the size of the imbalances, 
       closer examination suggests that the progress may prove 
       temporary. On the other hand, significant changes in the 
       underlying patterns of saving and investment suggest that 
       some of the recent rebalancing may prove to be more 
       permanent. Are such imbalances really a problem' If so, 
       why and for whom' What should be done about them-if 
       anything-and what does the future likely hold for 
       transpacific trade relations' In this timely book, Asian 
       and American economists explore those important questions.
       Copublished with the Asian Development Bank Institute, 
       Transpacific Rebalancing is coedited by Barry Bosworth-
       long one of the Brookings Institution's leading economic 
       analysts-and Masahiro Kawai, dean of the ADBI. They 
       brought together leading economists from either side of 
       the Pacific to analyze such issues as: - The impact of 
       exchange rates - The policy choices facing the "Asian 
       tigers"--The specifics and effects of trade imbalances in 
       specific countries including the United States, South 
       Korea, Thailand, India, and China Contributors include 
       Hwee Kwan Chow, Susan M. Collins, Barry Eichengreen, 
       Joonkyung Ha, Yping Huang, Ginalyn Komoto, Jong-Wha Lee, 
       Rajiv Kumar, Deunden Nikomborirak, Gisela Rua, Lea 
       Sumulong, Chalongphob Sussankam, Kunyu Tao, Willem 
       Thorbecke, and Pankaj Vashisht. 
588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Balance of trade|zUnited States.|0
650  0 Balance of trade|0
650  0 Balance of trade|0
       sh85011129|zPacific Area.|0
650  0 Balance of payments|zUnited States.|0
650  0 Balance of payments|0
650  0 Balance of payments|0
       subjects/sh85011127|zPacific Area.|0
651  0 United States|xEconomic policy|0
       authorities/subjects/sh85140033|y21st century.|0http:// 
651  0 Asia|xEconomic policy|0
       subjects/sh2007100830|y21st century.|0
651  0 Pacific Area|xEconomic policy|0
       authorities/subjects/sh2008116486|y21st century.|0http:// 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Kawai, Masahiro,|d1947-|0
700 1  Bosworth, Barry,|d1942-|0
700 12 |iContainer of (work):|aEichengreen, Barry J.|tExchange 
       rates and global rebalancing. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aBosworth, Barry P.|tTranspacific 
       Rebalancing : Implications for Trade and Economic Growth.
       |dWashington : Brookings Institution Press and Asian 
       Development Bank Institute, ©2015. 
956 40 |u
       db=nlebk&AN=870059|zView online 
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       -11-03|yMaster record variable field(s) change: 505|5STU 
990    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
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