Possibilities and Challenges for Financial Integration in East Asia: Lessons from a Comparative Regional Perspective


  • Kwan S. Kim University of Notre Dame, Department of Economics and Policy Studies & Kellogg Institute for International Studies, usa
  • Seok-Hyeon Kim Science and Technology Policy Institute, Korea




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S. Kim, K., & Kim, S.-H. (2005). Possibilities and Challenges for Financial Integration in East Asia: Lessons from a Comparative Regional Perspective. EconoQuantum, 2(1), 91–125. https://doi.org/10.18381/eq.v2i1.169