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Recommended Readings from the IMF Bookstore

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International Monetary Fund. Research Dept.
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September 2013
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China’s Road to Greater Financial Stability: Some Policy Perspectives

China’s Road to Greater Financial Stability discusses the financial policy context within China, macroeconomic factors affecting financial stability, and the critical role of financial system oversight. It seeks to improve the understanding of the financial sector policy processes underway and the shifts taking place among China’s economic priorities. The volume draws on contributions from senior Chinese authorities and academics, as well as staff from the IMF.

Global Rebalancing: A Roadmap for Economic Recovery

This book examines imbalances in seven major economies and evaluates key indicators agreed by the G20 for identifying large imbalances, including public and private debt and private saving, and countries’ external accounts. The chapters describe a suite of corrective steps tailored for each country that, if implemented, could improve prospective economic outcomes, creating sustainable and balanced growth for these economies and serving as a model for other G20 countries.

Macroprudential Frameworks in Asia

This Departmental Paper portrays a cross-country dimension of Macroprudential policy implementation in Asia, advancing a comprehensive overview of institutional arrangements and instruments deployed by individual countries to address systemic risk, including risk concentration and interconnectedness. The book is the first comprehensive collection of papers assessing the existing institutional arrangements for Macroprudential policies in Asia.

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