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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Global finance from a Latin American viewpoint.
Paris : Development Centre of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ; [Washington] : Inter-American Development Bank, ©2000
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ricardo Hausmann; Ulrich Hiemenz; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Development Centre.; Inter-American Development Bank.
|Notes:||Contributions from the 10th meeting of the International Forum on Latin American Perspectives, Paris, Nov. 1999.|
|Description:||135 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||What's Wrong with International Financial Markets / Eduardo Fernández-Arias and Ricardo Hausmann --
The Paris Club and the Private Sector / Philippe de Fontaine Vive --
Getting it Right: What to Reform in International Financial Markets / Eduardo Fernández-Arias and Ricardo Hausmann --
Revisions to the Basel Accord and Sovereign Ratings / Helmut Reisen --
Exchange Rate Arrangements for the New Architecture Ricardo Hausmann --
Co-ordination for Stability / Ernesto Acevedo --
The Complementarity of National and International Reform / Marcos Caramuru de Paiva --
Global Finance from a Latin American Viewpoint / Pablo Guidotti --
Financial Globalisation Seen from Europe and from France / Jean Lemierre --
Global Finance from a European Viewpoint / Vittorio Grilli --
Excessive Short-term Flows / Klaus Regling --
Post-crisis Reconstruction: the National Dimension / Ignazio Visco.
|Series Title:||Development Centre seminars.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Ricardo Hausmann and Ulrich Hiemenz.|
The tenth meeting of the Forum was held in Paris in November 1999 and this book contains contributions from that meeting. Its broad conclusion is that reform of the international financial system must take place in the context of partnership between the private and the public international sectors in order to provide the conditions for stability and growth. The Forum debated whether the current reforms of the global financial markets were secceeding in identifying and addressing major distortions to international capital flows between developed and developing countries, essentially, the moral hazard versus sovereign risk question. Particular attention was devoted to: bailing the private sector into crisis prevention and resolution, including under the Paris Club framework; the recently proposed revisions to the Basel Accord on bank capital requirements; and the appropriate exchange rate regime in Latin America.
- International finance -- Congresses.
- Finance -- Latin America -- Congresses.
- Latin America -- Economic policy -- Congresses.
- Finanzas -- América Latina.
- Cambio de moeda -- América Latina.
- Economic policy.
- International finance.
- Latin America.
- Internationale financiën.
- INTERNATIONAL FINANCE.
- CAPITAL MARKETS.
- LATIN AMERICA.
- Financial services
- South America
- Central America
- Transition economies
- International capital movements
- Exchange rate management
- Financial crises
- Private sector public sector comparisons
- International comparisons
- Overseas item