Unique in its approach and in the methods and data employed, this book provides an in-depth evaluation of the financial system of Thailand, a proto-typical developing economy. It is useful not only as a guide to the Thai economy but more importantly as a means of assessing the impact that financial institutions and policy variation can have.
Preface; 1: Growth, Inequality, Poverty, and Financial Deepening; 2: Conceptual Frameworks for Measurement; 3: Disparities among Regional Economies - Spatial (Dis)Aggregation; 4: Micro Kuznets and Macro TFP Decompositions; 5: Driving Forces - Occupation, Financial Access, Education; 6: Integrated Micro Macro Models with Dual Financial Sectors; 7: Neoclassical Benchmarks and Anomalies for Those with Access; 8: Impacts - Experimental and Econometric Program Evaluations; 9: Obstacles to Trade, Enhanced Models of Selection, and the Impact of Policy Variation; 10: Financial Systems in Developing Economies: Growth, Inequality, and Policy Evaluation in Thailand
Dimensioni: 234x156 mm.
Illustration Notes:159 Figures, 137 Tables
Pagine Arabe: 488