1 edition of effects of the Thai economic crisis and of Thai labor market policies on labor market outcomes found in the catalog.
effects of the Thai economic crisis and of Thai labor market policies on labor market outcomes
by Thailand Development Research Institute Foundation in Bangkok, Thailand
Written in English
|Statement||by Jere R. Behrman ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Behrman, Jere R., Sathāban Wic̆hai phư̄a Kānphatthanā Prathēt Thai., Mūnnithi Sathāban Wic̆hai phư̄a Kānphatthanā Prathēt Thai.|
|LC Classifications||HD5822.55 .E34 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||2001469050|
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This paper explains the causes and consequences of Thailand's financial crisis. It begins with a brief summary of the literature. Afterwards, this paper goes beyond the current literature on Thailand's crisis.
Thai economy a distinctive shape. The objective of this chapter is to describe the structure of the Thai economy, narrate its evolution, and tell the story of its notorious financial crisis. We will start with the success story of the continuous and extensive growth of the Thai economy File Size: KB.
An overriding concern of successive Thai Governments, and a particularly strong focus of the recently ousted Thaksin government, has been to reduce these regional disparities, which have been exacerbated by rapid economic growth in Bangkok and the financial crisis.
Although little economic investment reaches other parts of the country except for tourist zones, the government has been successful in stimulating provincial economic growth in the Eastern Seaboard of Thailand.
the Thai economy was most severely affected by the global economic crisis. However, in the second half of the year, the Thai economy showed signs of recovery following the world economic recovery as well as accommodative monetary and fiscal policies which helped stimulate the economy.
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Analysis has been made on the business environment, cultural issues and government’s policies Author: Picesgirl. crisis, and also with those that were much less hit by the crisis. Studies on sources of economic growth of East and South East Asian countries are numerous1. On the more recent account, Hahn and Kim () argue that macroeconomic policies, trade policies File Size: 2MB.
In Thailand's case, the run-up to the global economic crisis was further complicated by the effect of the airports shut-down, which caused severe panic among the public and the business .The financial crisis impacted growth through the fast decline in global demand for Thai exports, and political unrest added to the impact on domestic consumer confidence and internal demand.
Macro-level effects were transmitted to people and communities mainly through a fall in demand for labor.The Impact of the Crisis on the Labor Market Regional income disparities were exacerbated by a decade of economic boom that was concentrated in the Bangkok Metropolitan Area and the .