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International Financial Architecture: G7, IMF, BIS, Debtors and Creditors - Palgrave Texts in Finance and Monetary Economics (Hardback)
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International Financial Architecture: G7, IMF, BIS, Debtors and Creditors - Palgrave Texts in Finance and Monetary Economics (Hardback)

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Hardback 373 Pages / Published: 01/11/2005
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The Group of Seven Industrialized Countries, G7 developed a new doctrine of international supervision and regulation of financial markets. The G7 instructed international financial institution such as the IMF, the Bank for International Settlements, the World Bank and the Multilateral Development Banks to tighten their supervision and regulation of international finance. This volume examines this doctrine sometimes known as the 'New Architecture of the International Financial System' or IFA. Strengthening of the international financial system never ends and there have been recurring vulnerabilities in international financial architecture. The book examines current practices and its consequences and how the IFA has evolved and its alternatives. The book draws upon academic knowledge, practitioner techniques in financial risk management and official doctrine to analyze how investors, creditors and debts function within the new architecture.

Publisher: Palgrave USA
ISBN: 9781403996213
Number of pages: 373
Weight: 665 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 23 mm
Edition: 2005 ed.


MEDIA REVIEWS

'This careful volume is an exhaustive analytical survey of great relevance and usefulness to all who need to follow these affairs.' - Antonio Delfim Netto, Federal Representative, Congress of Brazil

'...the reader will find a complete summary of the reform process that International Financial Institutions have undergone.' - Jose Francisco Gil-Diaz, Treasury Secretary of Mexico

'Without doubt, this volume contributes to a better understanding of how investors, creditors and debtors interact within the new global financial scaffolding.' - Federico Rubli Kaiser, Director of External Affairs, Bank of Mexico

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