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Southeast Asian Economic Outlook 2010
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  14 jan 2011
Pages: 204 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264095991 , Code OCDE: 412010051P1
Prix:   €40 | $56 | £36 | ¥5200 | MXN720 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Imprint:  Centre de Développement de l’OCDE Périodicité: Annuel  

Description

The global financial crisis has offered an important opportunity for Southeast Asian countries to rethink past growth strategies and project new development visions. This inaugural edition of the Southeast Asian Economic Outlook looks at current efforts to rebalance growth for the region and at what form growth will take in the future.

The analyses and discussions presented in this volume highlight the need to implement five-year development plans with a view to rebalancing growth and instituting a credible fiscal policy framework conducive to greater fiscal discipline. In particular, well-designed fiscal rules, independent fiscal agencies and a medium-term budgetary framework are crucial elements. Although such institutions are becoming increasingly important across OECD countries, there is room for improving the institutional settings in Southeast Asia.

The 2010 Outlook also addresses the fact that the future development of Southeast Asian countries is likely to be uneven across sectors and economies, unless necessary measures are taken. Sectors of new growth in the region will need to be supported by going beyond the current narrow range of electronic products and developing more niche and speciality products that are priorities of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

Another area of policy action proposed is to develop more integrated transport networks. Given the huge investment needs for infrastructure development, new financing methods, such as infrastructure revenue bonds, should be further explored to promote public-private partnerships in the region.


Tables des matières:
Preface
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Executive Summary
PART ONE: REGIONAL ECONOMIC MONITOR
Chapter 1. Recent Macroeconomic Developments and Near-Term Policy Challenges
Chapter 2. Medium-Term Growth and Development Outlook
Chapter 3. Regional Integration: A Sectoral Approach
PART TWO: THEMATIC FOCUS
Chapter 4. Transport Infrastructure Development and ASEAN Integration
Chapter 5. Transport Infrastructure and Integration in Indonesia
Chapter 6. Financing Transport Infrastructure Development
PART THREE: STATISTICAL ANNEX
Medium-Term Growth and Development Outlook
-Indonesia
-Malaysia
-Philippines
-Singapore
-Thailand
-Viet Nam
Trade
-Direction of Exports
-Intra-ASEAN trade
Resource Flows
-FDI Inflows
-FDI Outflows
-ODA Commitments
-ODA Disbursements

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