Dealing with bank system failure: Indonesia, 1997-2002
The crisis recovery program in Indonesia has failed badly in relation to the two key objectives of development economics policy-making: efficiency and equity. The economy went into a very severe recession within a few months of the IMF appearing on the scene, and five years later output was still only at approximately the pre-crisis level. The collapse of the banking system and the associated bailout of depositors by the government has had the effect of imposing a loss on the general public,...[Show more]
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