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樊纲 黄益平   社会科学文献出版社  2011-12 出版
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本书收集的各篇论文旨在探讨金融危机后如何使国际储备货币多元化、如何降低储备货币的风险、亚洲货币单位的建立与职能、以及经济与货币政策合作的经验、教训与未来方向等问题。它们分别从各个角度对相关的问题进行了深入的分析,并提出了具有实践可能性的政策建议。
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  • 国际货币改革与亚洲货币合作
    1. 一 引言
    2. 二 现行体系的特征与缺陷
    3. 三 改革思路与演进路径
    4. 四 关于SDR改革的一些设想
    5. 五 亚洲货币合作
    6. 六 中国应该如何应对?
  • 区域内国家间储备货币互持:降低亚洲各国外汇储备风险的一个建议
    1. 一 引言
    2. 二 多元化储备体系各种方案的综述
    3. 三 区域货币互持:另一种设计
    4. 四 金融和资本市场的储备需求
    5. 五 结束语
  • 亚洲货币互换安排评估
    1. 一 引言
    2. 二 货币互换安排与外汇储备
    3. 三 国际金融危机与美元本位可持续性
    4. 四 货币互换协议的实证分析
    5. 五 结论
  • 论亚洲货币单位的建立
    1. 一 引言
    2. 二 亚洲货币单位的路线图
    3. 三 建立亚洲货币单位的措施
    4. 四 监管型亚洲货币单位以及亚洲货币单位偏离指标
    5. 五 交易型亚洲货币单位
    6. 六 亚洲货币单位广泛使用的条件
    7. 七 促进使用亚洲货币单位的措施
    8. 八 结论
  • 论亚洲货币的扩展职能:问题与前景
    1. 一 引言
    2. 二 正在形成中的“元联盟”?
    3. 三 金融自由化的开放顺序
    4. 四 政策建议
  • 东亚区域货币框架的探索
    1. 一 引言:关键问题
    2. 二 东亚的资本流动和汇率波动
    3. 三 东亚的汇率制度安排
    4. 四 最优货币区(OCA)标准和宏观经济及结构趋同
    5. 五 亚洲汇率政策合作的步骤
    6. 六 结论:亚洲的挑战
  • 东亚金融协调监管:调和公司治理改革的国内外压力
    1. 一 引言
    2. 二 东亚地区公司治理文献回顾
    3. 三 公司治理的政治因素
    4. 四 东亚的启示:日本、韩国与新加坡
    5. 五 结论与政策建议
  • 东亚经济体是否应该在外汇储备中增加亚洲货币资产?
    1. 一 引言
    2. 二 外汇储备的真实收益率
    3. 三 主要亚洲货币资产的名义与真实收益率
    4. 四 总结
  • 亚洲新兴市场汇率体系调控
    1. 一 引言
    2. 二 亚洲新兴市场国家的汇率体系
    3. 三 实际意义上的汇率体系
    4. 四 不对称的亚洲汇率制度
    5. 五 汇率低估
    6. 六 结论
  • 亚洲经济一体化的现实视角
    1. 一 亚洲经济一体化的大推进
    2. 二 亚洲金融危机作为亚洲经济一体化的动力
    3. 三 汇率合作和共同货币的经济基础
    4. 四 2008全球金融危机为东亚金融一体化敲响了警钟
    5. 五 东亚经济联盟的可行性构建
  • 削弱美元作为全球储备货币地位的政治经济学
    1. 一 引言
    2. 二 国际货币体系
    3. (三)全球失衡与2008年危机
    4. 三 美元的地位
    5. 四 改革的政治经济学
    6. 五 政策含义
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