International Monetary Law: Issues for the New Millennium

Hardcover | July 1, 2000

EditorMario Giovanoli

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This unique collaboration between the top academic and practitioner monetary lawyers from around the world takes the first steps towards filling the current gap in the literature for a truly systematic text on the modern international monetary law system. It tackles all of the key issues for practitioners in the field today, drawing upon the experience of its expert contributors, many working within the most important international banking institutions. An essential purchase for all lawyers worldwide specialising in international monetary law, it will also appeal to those from other professions and disciplines with an interest in financial institutions or the international monetary system.

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This unique collaboration between the top academic and practitioner monetary lawyers from around the world takes the first steps towards filling the current gap in the literature for a truly systematic text on the modern international monetary law system. It tackles all of the key issues for practitioners in the field today, drawing ...

Mario Giovanoli is General Counsel at the Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland and Chairman of the International Law Association's Monetary Committee
Format:HardcoverPublished:July 1, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198299230

ISBN - 13:9780198299233

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INTRODUCTIONMario Giovanoli, Chairman of MOCOMILA, General Counsel, BIS, Basel: About MOCOMILA: Fifty Years of Contributions on International Monetary LawI. INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE1. Mario Giovanoli, Chairman of MOCOMILA, General Counsel, BIS, Basel: A New Architecture for the Global Financial Market: an Outline of Legal Issues2. Cynthia Crawford Lichtenstein, Prof, Boston College Law School: International Jurisdiction over International Capital Flows and the Role of the IMF: Plus Ca Change3. Andre Newburg, Counsel, Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen and Hamilton, London: The Changing Roles of the Bretton Woods Institutions: Evolving Concepts of Conditionality4. Francois Gianviti, Prof, General Counsel, IMF, Washington, DC: The Prevention and Resolution of International Financial Crises - A Perspective from the International Monetary Fund5. Tullio Treves, Prof, Universita degli Studi, Milan: Monetary Sovereignty TodayII. IMPACT OF THE EUROPEAN MONETARY UNIONA: TRANSITION TO THE EURO6. Bertold Wahlig, Bundesbankdirektor a D, Frankfurt am Main: European Monetary Law: The Transition to the Euro and Continuity of Contracts7. Jean-Victor Louis, Prof, European University Institute, Florence/Brussels: The New Monetary Law of the European Union and its Scope of Application8. Antonio Sainz de Vicuna, General Counsel, European Central Bank, Frankfurt: Legal Consequences of the Single Currency: The Case for a European Law of Contracts9. Bernhard Kempen, Prof Dr, Wurzburg University: First Experiences with the Euro in GermanyB: EXTERNAL RELATIONS OF THE EMU10. Hugo J Hahn, Prof, Wurzburg University, Germany: Exchange rate policies in the ESCB11. Erik Denters, Dr, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam: Representation of the EC in the IMF12. Per Christiansen, Prof Dr, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Oslo: The Exchange Rate Regime between Euroland and Other European Countries (with a Postscript on Norway)III. CENTRAL BANKS, SUPERVISORY AUTHORITIES AND DEPOSIT INSURANCE13. Rene Smits, Dr, Manager, Legal Department, De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam: Central Bank Independence and Accountability in the Light of the EMU14. David E Flint, Prof, ChairmanAustralian Broadcasting Authority, Sidney: Central Bank Reform: the Reserve Bank of New Zealand15. Yu Syue-Ming, Prof, National Taiwan University: The Role of the Central Bank in a Crisis Environment: the Experience of Hong Kong and Taiwan, 1997-9916. Klaus Peter Follak, Dr, Wurttemberger Hypo, Stuttgart: International Harmonization of Regulatory and Supervisory Frameworks17. Javier Arrigunaga Gomez del Campo, Director General Juridico, Banco de Mexico: Deposit Insurance Schemes: Reconciling Market Discipline with Financial StabilityIV. IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS18. Thomas C Baxter Jr, Exec VP and General Counsel, Federal Reserve Bank of New York: Core Legal Principles across Major Large-value Credit Transfer Systems19. Bradley Crawford QC, McCarthy Tetrault, Barristers and Solicitors, Toronto and Barry Sookman: Electronic Money: a North American Perspective20. Hideki Kanda, Prof, University of Tokyo: Electronic Money in JapanV. INTERNATIONAL MONETARY OBLIGATIONS21. William Blair QC, Grays Inn, London: Interference of Public Law in the Performance of International Monetary Obligations22. Jacob Dolinger, Prof, Rio de Janeiro: Foreign Currency Obligations in Domestic Law23. Michael Gruson, Dr, Shearman and Sterling, New York/Frankfurt: The Scope of Lex Monetae in International Transactions: A United States Perspective24. Luca G Radicati di Brozolo, Prof, Chiomenti Studio Legale: Conflicts of Laws Issues of International Payments25. John L Taylor, Managing Director, Emerging Markets Partnership, London: The Governing Law in Legal Agreements Used by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in its Banking Operations26. Dominique G Carreau, Professor, Shearman and Sterling, Paris: Money and Arbitration27. Franz Zehetner, Prof Dr, Technische Universitat, Vienna: The Euro and the Future of Index Clauses

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`This is a very interesting book for anyone interested in international monetary law and policy. The structure, the organisation and the lay-out of the book is highly commendable. The overall quality of the work presented is very high which makes it an authentic source of reference on thesubject matter. It is a very welcome addition to the body of literature on international monetary law for both teachers and students alike as well as to practitioners in the field.'Law Quarterly Review