|Intended for:||General public / Enrolled students / International students / Alumni / Companies / University students|
|Date(s):||May 08, 2017 14:00 - 16:30|
|Location:||Hongo Area Campus|
|Venue:||Ishibashi Memorial Hall, Daiwa Ubiquitous Computing Research Building|
|Entrance Fee:||No charge|
|Registration Method:||Advance registration required
Many Asian economies have been developing rapidly and the financial sector has been supporting such development. However, rapid economic development is often associated with unbalanced growth of the financial sector. Countries with rapid growth driven by high investment tend to see credit expanded too fast with undesirable consequences for the financial sector, including the banking system, such as a large potential for nonperforming loans. In addition, countries that borrow heavily from abroad to finance their economic development can face the risk of sudden capital outflows when market sentiment changes, and an eventual financial crisis. It is thus important for rapidly developing economies to safeguard against such risks to financial stability.