Debating the global financial architecture /
|Imprint:||Albany : State University of New York Press, ©2002.|
|Description:||1 online resource (xvi, 304 pages)|
|Series:||SUNY series in global politics|
SUNY series in global politics.
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Finance.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11127333|
Table of Contents:
- I.. Core Questions and Mental Categories
- 1.. The Terms of the Debate: What's Democracy Got to Do with It?
- II.. Leadership and the Politics of Global Finance
- 2.. Global Financial Architecture and Hegemonic Leadership in the New Millennium
- 3.. Capital Controls: Why Do Governments Hesitate?
- 4.. Reforming the International Financial Institutions: Dueling Experts in the United States
- III.. Stability, Equity, and the Economics of Global Finance
- 5.. The Economic Case against Free Capital Mobility
- 6.. The Redesign of the International Financial Architecture from a Latin American Perspective: Who Pays the Bill?
- 7.. Reform Proposals from Developing Asia: Finding a Win-Win Strategy
- IV.. The Conundrum of Multilateral Reform
- Afterword: Of Bubbles and Buildings: Financial Architecture in a Liberal Democratic Era
- 8.. Japan and the New Financial Order in East Asia: From Competition to Cooperation
- 9.. Reform without Representation? The International and Transnational Dialogue on the Global Financial Architecture
- 10.. The European Monetary Union as a Response to Globalization
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