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The 1990s Asian Currency Crisis
The 1990’s Asian Currency Crisis
1) What were the major causes of the economic bubble in Thailand? What lessons can be learned from this bubble?
2) Why did problems in Thailand contagiously affect other Asian countries? Why does the fall in a country’s currency affect its stock market?
1. The Asian Currency Crisis (Page 107-108 of the e-Text)
Each student must complete the above case study on page 107-108 of the e-Text and submit it online through the BLACKBOARD to the professor (the same way as you submit assignment). This Case Study can be submitted at any time prior to the due date assigned but will not be accepted after midnight on Saturday, September 3 (due date).
• The case analysis must be submitted via the blackboard (not attachment) and must conform to the high standards established in Berkeley composition classes and expected of International Business student.
• This case study worth 10% of your final grade.
• Format and length: NOT include case study title or topic, at least 3 single-spaced pages. Use proper APA citation format. If other sources of information are also used, which is encouraged, give bibliographic references.
• Remember, plagiarism is not permitted! Cutting & pasting from literature sources into your paper without acknowledgement of the source is considered plagiarism. You must read your source material and add the concepts to your case study using your own words. Plagiarism will cause your paper to be marked an “F”.
Case Study Requirements
A research case study is required of each student. The case study will be submitted in writing at the dates indicated on the course syllabus.
A summary of the evaluation criteria:
• The written papers will be judged on both the quality of the content (i.e., that you respond directly and correctly to the issues in the case and that you communicate in a clear and concise way what is important in the case) and on the quality of the composition (i.e., grammar, word usage, organization, etc.).
• You must do your own work to enable you learn from the case study. Use of someone else’s work – either professional work or another student’s work – will mean an “F” for the case study, and possibly for the course.
• Use Berkeley College’s guidelines for written papers, including APA citation format.
CASE STUDY FORMAT
Analysis/Responses to Questions (Total of 3 single-spaced pages): Answer the questions completely using the information in the case and information in the various chapters in the textbook. These are not short-answer questions! This is where you show how much you understand the material. The grade for the paper depends heavily on how your respond to the question/issue/problem shown in the case. Include historical/current/comparative information provided in the case, analysis of key elements or factors affecting the issue, etc.
Conclusion (2-3 paragraphs): A brief summary of the situation and why you responded the way you did, what could have done differently etc.