Finance and world order : financial fragility, systemic risk, and transnational regimes /
|Author / Creator:||Lucatelli, Adriano, 1966-|
|Imprint:||Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1997.|
|Description:||xii, 112 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Series:||Contributions in economics and economic history, 0084-9235 ; no. 186|
International economic relations -- History.
International economic relations.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/2727905|
Table of Contents:
- 1. Transnational Regime Theory. Original Formulations of Transnational Regime Theory. Explanatory Power and Parsimony. Deductive Critique of Transitional Regime Theory. What Makes Transnational Regimes Obstinate? Politics versus Economics
- 2. The Rise of Private Finance. Internationalization of Private Finance. Private Finance and World Order
- 3. The London Club. Debt Crisis Management. The Making of a Transitional Regime: The London Club. The Road to Success Leads to the London Club. Debt Accord under the London Club: Examples
- 4. Netting Schemes. Risks in Forex Markets. Effects of Netting Arrangements. Transnational Regimes: Netting Schemes. Cross-border Netting Schemes and the Regulators
- 5. Conclusion. Implications. App. 1. What Are Systematic Risks?
- App. 2. The BIS and Supervision
- App. 3. The EMS Crises of 1992-93.