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Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Graham Bird, World Economics, May 2012
From a position some years ago where the euro was seen as set to challenge the dollar as the world’s leading currency, there are now serious concerns .. More
 

The International Liquidity Crisis of 2008–2009
William A. Allen and Richhild Moessner, World Economics, June 2011
The ‘credit crunch’ that began in August 2007 turned into a crisis when Lehman Brothers failed in September 2008. That event caused large internationa.. More
 

José De Gregorio on Howard Davies and David Green: Banking on the Future. The Fall and Rise of Central Banking
World Economics, December 2010
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Paying the High Price of Active Management
Ross M. Miller, World Economics, September 2010
Financial economists have long known that actively managed mutual funds underperform comparable index funds and that investment management fees are a .. More
 

Global Financial Crisis
Priya Nandita Pooran, World Economics, September 2010
This article reviews the degree of progress in financial regulatory reform and proposes new areas for inclusion in the reform agenda. It assesses the .. More
 

The International Financial Architecture
Onno de Beaufort Wijnholds, World Economics, June 2010
The global financial crisis requires a global solution. A deep-seated overhaul of the international financial system is needed, but could be frustrate.. More
 

George Soros’ Reflexivity and the Global Financial Crisis
Thomas D. Willett, World Economics, June 2010
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Narrow Banking
John Kay, World Economics, March 2010
The credit crunch of 2007–8 was the direct and indirect result of losses incurred by major financial services companies in speculative trading in whol.. More
 

Global Imbalances, the Financial Crisis and the International Monetary System
Ignazio Visco, World Economics, March 2010
Even though the proximate causes of the crisis lie in previous financial excesses, the extent to which these have developed owes much to fundamental s.. More
 

Finance, Technology and Multinationals from the Periphery
Edmund Amann and Werner Baer, World Economics, March 2010
This article analyses the emergence of Latin American multinational corporations (MNCs), with a particular emphasis on the roles of finance and techno.. More
 

The Rebirth of the Corporate Bond Market
Bill Robinson, John Raven & Christopher Chua, World Economics, June 2001
There has been a major switch from equity to debt finance in recent years, associated with a fall in the long-term rate of interest. The paper explor.. More
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