Critical Issues in International Financial Reform

Critical Issues in International Financial Reform

by Gustavo Indart

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780765801777
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 05/31/2003
Pages: 386
Product dimensions: 6.34(w) x 9.24(h) x 1.24(d)

About the Author

Albert Berry is professor emeritus of economics at the University of Toronto. In additional to numerous scholarly journals he is the author or editor of Labor Market Policies in Canada and Latin America: Challenges of the New Millennium; Critical Issues in International Financial Reform; Poverty, Economic Reforms, and Income Distribution in Latin America; and Essays on Industrialization in Colombia.

Table of Contents

Illustrationsvii
List of Contributorsx
Acknowledgmentsxiv
1Critical Issues in Financial Reform, with Special Reference to Latin America and the Canadian Experience1
2International Asymmetries and the Design of the International Financial System45
3Capital Flows to Latin America in the 1990s: An Overview75
4Competitiveness, Sustainability and Financial Market Failures103
5Financial Liberalization in Canada: Historical, Institutional and Economic Perspectives125
6Linkages Between National Capital Markets: Does Globalization Expose Policy Gaps?153
7Firm Size and the Impacts of Financial Liberalization and Integration175
8Systemic Reform at a Standstill: A Flock of "Gs" in Search of Global Financial Stability203
9Enforcing the Rules in a Global Economy: The Emergence of Structural Conditionality in the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund237
10When Do Voters Matter more than Cronies in Developing Countries? The Politics of Bank Crisis Resolution263
11Financial Crisis, Income Distribution and the Labor Market: The Experience of Mexico and Asia295
12The Chilean Experience with Capital Flows and Exchange-Rate Policy325
13Capital Flows and Foreign Exchange Regimes in the Colombian Economy353
Index383

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