Edited by Marc Uzan
Is the international financial architecture debate over? Not according to leading experts gathered together in this impressive volume who try to identify the key trends that will fashion the international financial system in the years ahead. As history has shown, the evolution of the international monetary system is a slow process. However, the authors argue that we may be entering a new era in which a combination of factors will have lasting consequences on the functioning of the international monetary system and the future role of the IMF.
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- The Future of the International Monetary System
- Chapter 1: The International Monetary Convention Project: the search for a new equilibrium in the international monetary system
- Chapter 2: The IMF and the challenge of relevance in the international financial architecture
- Chapter 3: The future of the international monetary system: how long is the long run?
- Chapter 4: Emerging market crises: exchange rate regimes, bond restructurings and the IMF
- Chapter 5: The future of the sovereign debt market and its implication for the international financial institutions
- Chapter 6: Sovereign debt restructuring: the future case of Argentina
- Chapter 7: Should capital controls have a place in the future international monetary system?
- Chapter 8: Is democracy incompatible with international economic stability?
- Chapter 9: Capital flows and capital controls
- Chapter 10: Exchange rates and capital controls in developing countries
- Chapter 11: Exchange rate system for 'mature' economies in a global economy
- Chapter 12: The exchange rate regime and monetary arrangements in South Africa
- Chapter 13: How can the cost of debt crises be reduced?
- Chapter 14: Who is the cheapest-cost avoider in the sovereign debt market? Restating the case for the SDRM and greater restraint in IMF lending1
- Chapter 15: Towards a code for sovereign debt restructuring1
- Chapter 16: The governance of the international financial system
- Chapter 17: Governance issues: the IMF, the role of the G7 and some related issues
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