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What disappointed these expectations was a lack of recognition of the fact that the longer-term macroeconomic effects of ‘growth-miracle’-inducing policies depend critically upon the characters of the underlying societies. Without understanding this dependence, one cannot understand why most of these countries did not – and, even after full recovery, will not – macroeconomically respond well to the ongoing policy. Consequently, policy makers who – out of external pressure or a misapplication of macroeconomics – desire to create such ‘miracles’ had best delve more deeply into the classic ‘growth miracles’.
Earl A. Thompson 13 In view of this, those countries unwilling to the bear the costs of this economic war with the IMF will simply accede to the IMF’s requested devaluation, import more, increase their defence expenditures and harbour a grudge over the external policy imposition. Other countries, because of their high defence externalities, cannot afford this luxury. Their successive devaluation and inflation rates will continue to increase until the domestic resource costs of inflation are so large that the dependent country’s percentage increase in the money supply is equal to the percentage devaluation rate.
Maintenance of the stability of the Indian rupee in terms of foreign currency. Chapter 10 (Rekha Mehta and Santosh Bhandari) analyses the flow of FDI to various Asian countries over time and concludes that the trend has shifted from the ASEAN-5 to emerging economies such as India and China. However, the flow to countries other than China has not increased significantly. China has dominated FDI flow and the trend is likely to continue for some time to come unless other countries create a very favourable environment for FDI to flow in.