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Title:Managing capital flows: The case of Indonesia PDF Logo
Authors:Titiheruw, Ira Setiati
Atje, Raymond
Issue Date:2008
Series/Report no.:ADB Institute Discussion Papers 94
Abstract:This paper describes Indonesia's experiences in managing foreign capital flows after the 1997 financial crisis. It highlights several differences in types and magnitude of capital flows from the pre-crisis period and reviews the determinants of capital flows including government policy and regulatory framework to respond to the influx of capital flows. The paper concludes that the country's policy still focuses on ways to mobilize foreign (and domestic) capital to return in order to finance the resource gap by maintaining macroeconomic stability, improving the investment climate and enhancing prudential supervision of foreign capital flow utilization, particularly by the banking and private sectors.
JEL:E52
F21
F41
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:ADB Institute Discussion Papers, Asian Development Bank Institute

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