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Turbulent waters : cross-border finance and international governance

Author: Ralph C Bryant
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, ©2003.
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"Bryant explains basic concepts about financial activity and collective governance, distills their international dimensions, and enables general readers to acquire a solid grasp of the key policy issues that national governments must resolve. He provides fresh insights about what is often termed the international financial architecture. But he also casts his net far wider: the book's ambitious goal is no less than  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph C Bryant
ISBN: 0815700717 9780815700715 0815700725 9780815700722
OCLC Number: 50809234
Description: xvi, 503 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction : financial turbulence and financial governance --
Saving, investment, and financial activity in a single closed economy --
Collective governance for financial activity --
Political economy in a multination, intermediate world --
The progressive internationalization of finance --
Analytical issues in cross-border finance --
International collective governance --
International financial architecture --
Priorities for architectural reform : supranational surveillance and IMF lending --
Priorities for architectural reform : prudential financial oversight, crisis management, and the mandate for the IMF --
Single-nation and systemic guidelines for cross-border finance --
A perspective on financial activity and financial turbulence --
The evolution of international financial governance.
Responsibility: Ralph C. Bryant.

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Spanning the disciplines of economics, finance, political economy and international relations, this analytical review is a mainstream "primer" for defining the issues of the world economy and  Read more...

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