9780203479278

Governing Financial Globalization : International Political Economy and Multi-level Governance

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  • ISBN13:

    9780203479278

  • ISBN10:

    0203479270

  • Copyright: 2005-02-01
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis

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This volume provides a wide-ranging discussion of both the potential and the problems arising from the application of multi-level governance literature to the monetary and financial domain.

Table of Contents

List of illustrations
List of contributors
Foreword
Acknowledgements
Introduction: financial globalization andmulti-level governance Andrew Baker
Power, markets and accountability: the development of multi-level governance in international finance
Money and the spatial challenge: multi-level governance and the 'territorial trap'
Locating and understanding the marketplace in financial governance: IPE, interdisciplinarity and multi-level governance
The everyday life of global finance:a neglected 'level' of governance
The three-dimensional governance of macroeconomic policy in the advanced capitalist world
European banking policy: between multi-level governance and Europeanization
The IMF, middle-income countries and the Asian financial crisis: multi-level governanceas adaptation
Globalization and the City of London's financial markets:the emergence of multi-level governance in principal financialcentres
The New International Financial Architecture (NIFA): an emerging multi-level structure of neo-liberal discipline
Conclusions: financial globalization, multi-level governance and IPE
Bibliography
Index
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