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On the Need for Effective Financial Market Regulation After the Asian Financial Crisis: Lessons from the United States
Kenneth A. Kim and Suk H. Kim
Volume 1, Number 1, Fall 2000, pp. 119~129

This paper discusses the need for effective financial market regulation as Asia recovers from the crisis. Specifically, we argue that transparency must be improved, that regulation must be more effective, and that regulatory bodies must be tough. In making these suggestions, we draw on the experiences of the United States, with special reference to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Keywords: Asian Financial Crisis, Transparency, Regulation

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