Preface. Acknowledgments. Contributors. Part I: Overview: The Theory and Empirics of Contagion. 1. International Financial Contagion: An Overview of the Issues and the Book; S. Claessens, K. Forbes. 2. Contagion: Why Crises Spread and How This Can Be Stopped; S. Claessens, et al. 3. Measuring Contagion: Conceptual and Empirical Issues; K. Forbes, R. Rigobon. 4. The Channels for Financial Contagion; M. Pritsker. Part II: Specific Mechanisms Driving Contagion. 5. Crisis Transmission: Evidence from the Debt, Tequila and Asian Flu Crises; J. de Gregorio, R. Valdés. 6. Flight to Quality: Investor Risk Tolerance and the Spread of Emerging Market Crises; B. Eichengreen, et al. 7. Mutual Fund Investment in Emerging Markets: An Overview; G. Kaminsky, et al. 8. Portfolio Diversification, Leverage, and Financial Contagion; G. Schinasi, T. Smith. Part III: Case Studies of Contagion. 9. Thai Meltdown and Transmission of Recession within the ASEAN4 and NIE4; T. Abeysinghe. 10. Financial Contagion in the East Asian Crisis: With Special Reference to the Republic of Korea; Y.C. Park, C.-Y. Song. 11. The Russian Default and the Contagion to Brazil; T. Baig, I. Goldfajn. 12. Contagion of International Financial Crises: The Case of Mexico; S. Bazdresch, A. Werner. 13. Financial Market Spillovers: How Different are the Transition Economies? G. Gelos, R. Sahay. 14. Are Financial Crises Becoming More Contagious?: What is the Historical Evidence on Contagion? M. Bordo, A. Murshid. Part IV: Implications for Policy and the International Financial Architecture. 15. International Contagion: Implications for Policy; R. Chang, G. Majnoni. 16. International Financial Reform: Regulatory and Other Issues; J. Hawkins, P. Turner. Part V: Original Conference Program.
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