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The author of this Study, Ramkishen Rajan, is a Lecturer in the School of Economics at the University of Adelaide and a Research Associate at the Center for International Studies, Adelaide, where he coordinates the program in international macroeconomics and finance. He is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore. His research interests are in the areas of international macroeconomics, finance, and trade, with particular reference to developing Asian economies. Among his most recent publications are Economic Collapse in Southeast Asia (1999), "Government Bailouts and Monetary Disequilibrium" (2000), with Iman Sugema, "Banks, Financial Liberalization and Financial Crises in Emerging Markets" (2001) and "International Currency Taxation and Currency Stabilization in Developing Countries" (2001), both with Graham Bird, "Financial and Macroeconomic Cooperation in ASEAN" (2001), and "Private Capital Flows in East Asia: Boom, Bust and Beyond", with Reza Siregar (2001). |