European Yearbook of International Economic Law 2014.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandEuropean Yearbook of International Economic Law: Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer, 2014Description: 1 online resource (542 p.)ISBN: 9783642409134Subject(s): Capitalism -- Europe | Europe -- Foreign economic relations | International trade agencies -- Europe | LawGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: European Yearbook of International Economic Law 2014DDC classification: 343.0705 LOC classification: HC240Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Editorial EYIEL 5 (2014); Contents; Contributors; Part I: Topics; Distinguished Essay: Reflections on the Intellectual History of the International Regulation of Monetary Affairs; Introduction; Multiregionalism in the Context of the EU Sovereign Debt Crisis: Current Legal Challenges and the Way Forward; Introduction; The EMU Under IMF Surveillance; Conditionality in EU-IMF Joint Assistance Programmes; The IMF Legal Framework and the G20 Principles for Cooperation Between the IMF and RFAs; Conclusions
Interaction for Monetary and Financial Stability: Central Banks as Main Actors in the Global Financial SystemIntroduction; Central Banks as Main Actors in the Global Financial System; Preliminary Terms and Definitions; Mandates and Functions; Monetary Stability; Financial Stability and Lender of Last Resort; Other Functions; Legal Status and Independence; Legal Framework; Independence and Accountability; Interaction for Monetary and Financial Stability: Interdependencies Between the IMF and CBs; The Role of the IMF in the Global Financial System; Historical Survey
Legal Status and Structure of the IMFMandate and Functions; Financial Assistance; Surveillance; Current Questions of Monetary and Financial Stability Relating to IMF and Central Banks; Monetary Stability; Financial Stability and the Lender of Last Resort; The IMF´s Role as a Lender of Last Resort; Perspective of Central Banks; Macro-Prudential Supervision and Surveillance; Enhancing IMF´s Role in Surveillance; Central Bank´s Perspective, in Particular the European Systemic Risk Board; Aspects of Independence and Accountability; The ``International´´ Problem; Findings and Summary
Greater Coherence in Global Economic Policymaking: Progress and ProspectIntroduction; The Driving Force Linking the WTO and Bretton Woods Institutions; The Division of Labour in the Bretton Woods: GATT System; Coherence in the FOGS Group; Coherence Declaration; Institutional Link Between the WTO and the Bretton Woods Institutions; Efforts in Achieving Greater Coherence Over the Past Two Decades; Staff and High-Level Consultation and Beyond; (Enhanced) Integrated Framework and Aid for Trade; Coordination Between Trade, Finance, and Debt
Surging External Debt and Deteriorating Difficulties in Trade FinanceFiscal Stimulus and the Resultant Devaluation of Currency; Challenges Ahead for Achieving Greater Coherence; Ideational Divergence on Coherence; Jurisdictional Conflicts Between WTO and Bretton Woods Institutions; Organisational Differences Between WTO and Bretton Woods Institutions; Informational Deficiency for Global Economic Policymaking; Conclusion; Distinguished Essay: Reflections on the Global Trading Order Twenty Years After Marrakesh: A Development Perspective; Introduction
The Crisis of Identity in the WTO: A Trade or a Development Institution?
In 2014, the global economic system celebrates two anniversaries: Seventy years ago, on 22 July 1944 at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, the Articles of Agreement of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the Articles of Agreement of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (Worldbank) were adopted. Since then the global financial and monetary system underwent significant policy changes, but the institutional framework remained the same. More recently, twenty years ago, on 15 April 1994, the Final Act of the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations was signed and its k
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