NEW – International Finance (The Library of Essays in Global Governance)

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Publication Year: 2009
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NEW – International Finance (The Library of Essays in Global Governance)

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Synopsis
The topic of international finance is of increasing interest in international relations, especially in our twenty-first century globalizing world. This collection of selected classic articles addresses the critical questions in the field and provides information and perspectives on international finance of the past, present and future.

Product Identifiers
ISBN-10 0754626717
ISBN-13 9780754626718

Key Details
Number Of Pages 578 pages
Series The Library of Essays in Global Governance
Format Hardcover
Publication Date 2009-04-28
Language English
Publisher Routledge
Publication Year 2009

Additional Details
Number of Volumes 5 vols.
Copyright Date 2009

Dimensions
Weight 46.9 Oz
Height 1.7 In.
Width 7 In.
Length 9.8 In.

Target Audience
Group College Audience

Classification Method
Dewey Decimal 327.1
Dewey Edition 22

Contributors
Edited by John J. Kirton

Table Of Content
Contents: Introduction; Part I The Evolution of the Field: The politics of international currencies, Susan Strange; Political economy aspects of international monetary reform, Harry G. Johnson; Prolegomena to the choice of an international monetary system, Richard N. Cooper; Historical research on international lending and debt, Barry Eichengreen; Phoenix risen: the resurrection of global finance, Benjamin J. Cohen; The political economy of international monetary relations, J. Lawrence Broz and Jeffry A. Frieden. Part II International Financial Institutions: The legalization of international monetary affairs, Beth A. Simmons; The Asian crisis, the high debt model vs the Wall Street-Treasury-IMF complex, Robert Wade and Frank Veneroso; International institutions for reducing global financial instability, Kenneth Rogoff; The democratic deficit in the institutional arrangements for regulating global finance, Tony Porter. Part III Financial Globalization and State Autonomy: The obsolescence of capital controls?: Economic management in an age of global markets, John B. Goodman and Louis W. Pauly; Capital mobility and state autonomy: toward a structural theory of international monetary relations, David M. Andrews; The dynamics of financial globalization: technology, market structure, and policy response, Philip Cerny; Capital mobility, state autonomy and political legitimacy, Louis W. Pauly. Part IV Policymaking and Policy Co-Ordination: International economic structures, government interests, and international coordination of macroeconomic adjustment policies, Michael C. Webb; Between power and purpose: central bankers and the politics of regulatory convergence, Ethan Barnaby Kapstein; Invested interests: the politics of national economic policies in a world of global finance, Jeffry A. Frieden; Democratic institutions and exchange-rate commitments, William Bernhard and David Leblang. Part V The Political Economy of Monetary Integration: The launching of the EMS: an analysis of change in foreign economic policy, Jonathan Story; Choosing union: monetary politics and Maastricht, Wayne Sandholtz; European governance and the new constitutionalism: economic and monetary union and alternatives to disciplinary neo-liberalism in Europe, Stephen Gill; Name index.

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