An Australian Perspective
Edited by Mohamed Ariff, John H. Farrar and Ahmed M. Khalid
This fascinating book presents a lively discussion of key issues resulting from the recent financial crisis. The expert contributors explore why the global financial crisis occurred, how it destroyed wealth, triggered mass unemployment and created an unprecedented loss of control on employment, monetary policy and government budgets.
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- Regulatory Failure and the Global Financial Crisis An Australian Perspective
- Chapter 1: Timeline of Crisis and Introduction
- Chapter 2: The Origin of the Global Financial Crisis: An Alternative View
- Chapter 3: Exchange Rate Changes and Global Trade Imbalances: China as a Major Creditor Country
- Chapter 4: Bank Capital Adequacy: Where to Now?
- Chapter 5: Unemployment and the Global Financial Crisis: Who Suffered Most and Why?
- Chapter 6: The Fiscal Policy Response to the Global Financial Crisis: A Critique
- Chapter 7: Cost Consequences to the Economy and Finance
- Chapter 8: Improving the Governance of Financial Institutions
- Chapter 9: The Work of IOSCO and the Financial Regulatory Framework
- Chapter 10: Balancing National and International Interests
- Chapter 11: Executive Remuneration in Australia
- Chapter 12: Regulatory Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis
- Chapter 13: Should We Stop the IMF from Doing What it Should Not Do? A Radical Idea
- Chapter 14: When History is Ignored, Business Black Swans and the Use and Abuse of a Notion
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