Global Governance of Financial Systems: The International Regulation of Systemic Risk

Hardcover | August 25, 2005

byKern Alexander, Rahul Dhumale, John Eatwell

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The book sets forth the economic rationale for international financial regulation and what role, if any, international regulation can play in effectively managing systemic risk while providing accountability to all affected nations. The book suggests that a particular type of global governancestructure is necessary to have more efficient regulation of the international financial system.

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The book sets forth the economic rationale for international financial regulation and what role, if any, international regulation can play in effectively managing systemic risk while providing accountability to all affected nations. The book suggests that a particular type of global governancestructure is necessary to have more efficie...

Kern Alexander is at Queens College, Cambridge. Rahul Dhumale is at Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:328 pages, 5.98 × 9.09 × 1.1 inPublished:August 25, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195166981

ISBN - 13:9780195166989

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Table of Contents

1. Managing Systemic Risk--The Rationale for International Financial Regulation2. The International Response for Financial Instability 3. The International Legal Framework for International Financial Regulation4. The Formation of Binding International Financial Regulation and the Role of International Soft Law Norms5. Strengthening the Global Financial System through Institutional and Legal Reform6. Incentives vs. Rules: Alternative Approaches to International Financial Regulation7. The Economics of Systemic Risk in International Settlements8. A Microeconomic Examination of Financial Fragility: A Test of Capital Adequacy Standards9. Reforming the Basel Accord and the use of Subordinated Debt: Making Markets Work for the Regulator

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"This volume is a well-written, thoughtful analysis of the role of regulation in the international financial system. One does not have to agree with all the policy conclusions to gain insight from the authors' approach. Highly recommended."--CHOICE