The Regulation of International Financial Markets: Perspectives for Reform

The Regulation of International Financial Markets: Perspectives for Reform

by Rainer Grote
     
 

A framework for analysing options for the regulation of international financial markets from a public international law and comparative law perspective.See more details below

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A framework for analysing options for the regulation of international financial markets from a public international law and comparative law perspective.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521831444
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
02/28/2006
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
356
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction: the regulatory dilemma in international financial relations Thilo Marauhn; Part I. An Historical Perspective; 1. Monetary governance and capital mobility in historical perspective Benjamin J. Cohen; Part II. A Comparative Perspective: 2. The liberalisation of financial markets: the regulatory response in the United Kingdom Eilis Ferran; 3. The liberalisation of financial markets: the regulatory response in Germany Rainer Grote; 4. Perspectives on US financial regulation John K. M. Ohnesorge; Part III. A Public International Law Perspective: 5. The regulation of financial services in the European Union Volker Roben; 6. The free movement of capital in the European Union Till Hafner; 7. International regulation of finance: is regionalism a preferred option to multilateralism for East Asia? Qingjiang Kong; 8. WTO rules on trade in financial services: a victory of greed over reason? Michael J. Hahn; Part IV. An Institutional Perspective: 9. The European Central Bank as regulator and as institutional actor Thilo Marauhn and Michael Weisz; 10. The Basle Committee on Banking Supervision - a secretive club of giants? Susan Emmenegger; 11. Strengthening the international financial architecture contribution by the IMF and World Bank Axel Peuker; Part V. A Policy Perspective: 12. Liberalisation and regulation of international capital flows: where the opposites meet Peter Nunnenkamp; 13. Do we need a new international financial architecture? Many questions and some preliminary policy advice Stefan Voigt; 14. Proposing built-in stabilisers for the international financial system Kunibert Raffer; Conclusions and agenda for further research Rainer Grote and Thilo Marauhn; Index.

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