Globalization and the Reform of the International Banking and Monetary System

Hardcover | December 15, 2009

EditorOtto Hieronymi, Alexandre Vautravers

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The book argues that a successful monetary and banking reform requires: a rollback of monetary nationalism and return to monetary internationalism; trust in the banking system with its basic functions restored; a balance between competition and solidarity in order to assure political and social acceptance of globalization.

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The book argues that a successful monetary and banking reform requires: a rollback of monetary nationalism and return to monetary internationalism; trust in the banking system with its basic functions restored; a balance between competition and solidarity in order to assure political and social acceptance of globalization.

OTTO HIERONYMI is a research economist and a professor of International Relations. He was an international economist with Morgan Guaranty Trust in New York, and a senior researcher responsible for economic analysis and Forecasting with the Battelle Memorial Institute in Geneva, Switzerland. From 1995 till 2006, he was the Director of ...
Format:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 8.88 × 5.62 × 0.98 inPublished:December 15, 2009Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230235301

ISBN - 13:9780230235304

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Table of Contents

Notes on the Contributors * Introduction--O.Hieronymi &--A.Vautravers * PART I: FROM SYSTEMIC CRISIS TO GLOBAL MONETARY, FINANCIAL AND BANKING REFORM
* Introduction to Part I *  International Monetary and Banking Reform: the Search for Balance Between Rules and Market Forces--O.Hieronymi * The Global Financial Crisis, Central Banking and the International Monetary System--M.Sakbani * The Financial Landscape - Seen From a Converging Country--P.Bod * The Role of the IMF--D.Kaeser * International Institutional Reforms Between Economic Growth and Sustainable Development--B.Burgenmeier * The Impact of Corporate Governance on Financial Markets--A.Baladi * Reflections on Current International Banking Developments--E.Carton * Globalization and the Outlook for a Successful Reform of International Economic, Monetary and Financial Order--O.Hieronymi * PART II: CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES * Introduction to Part II * Current Developments and Historical Perspectives--A.Vautravers * Sovereign Wealth Funds: Strategies of Geo-Economic Power Projections--G.Csurgai * Swiss Self-Regulation Mechanisms--N.Birchler *
Investment Portfolios in Genevas Elite Families in the 19-20th Centuries--O.Perroux * Investment Innovation and Security: the Case of the Borel Family--A.Wasserfallen * The Integrated Framework Joint Venture: Working Together in Times of Crisis--C.Perez del Castillo * Privatization and Banking in Central Europe After the Fall of the Berlin Wall--P.Kukorelly *  An Epidemiological Approach of Financial Markets--C.Viladent * International Monetary Flows and Security--A.Vautravers * Notes * References * Name Index * Subject Index