“Leading by Design: Asian Lessons for Monitoring Global Financial Stability” presents the first comprehensive study of economic surveillance by the ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO), outlining the benefits of its regional surveillance activities and drawing lessons for other Regional Financial Arrangements (RFAs). The report comes from the Task Force on Regional Surveillance, a group composed of 12 scholars and practitioners from East Asia, North America and Europe. At recent events in Tokyo and Kanazawa, Japan, members of the Task Force, including Dr. William Grimes (Boston University) and Dr. William Kring (Boston University) presented the report and their findings.
Link to report webpage: Report Webpage
Link to Tokyo presentation: Tokyo presentation
Link to Kanazawa presentation: Kanazawa presentation
The research behind the report was supported in part by a grant from the Japan Foundation.