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INRL 6002

INTERNATIONAL MONEY AND FINANCE: Selected Policy Issues

Dr. Dave Seerattan

Readings/Learning Resources
MAIN REFERENCES

  1. Krugman, P., M. Obstfeld and M. Melitz. International Finance: Theory and Policy, Pearson Education, 11th Edition, 2018. Call number: HF1359 .K78 2009 (NGL-Reserve; AJL-General)

  2. Pilbeam, K. International Finance, Palgrave Macmillan, 4th Edition, 2013. Call number: HG3881 .P4845 2013 (NGL-Reserve)

  3. Isard, P. Globalization and the International Financial System, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2005. Call number: HB3722 .I83 2005 (NGL-Reserve; AJL-General)

  4. Ramsaran, R. An Introduction to International Money and Finance, Macmillan Press Ltd, 1998. Call number: HG3881 R283 1998 (NGL-Reserve; AJL- Reserve)

SUPPLEMENTAL REFERENCES

 

The International Monetary System/International Financial Architecture

 

  1. Ahmed, M. et al. “Refocusing IMF Conditionality,” Finance and Development, Dec. 2001. Click here

  2. Berg, A. and E. Borenstein, "The Dollarization Debate," Finance and Development, March 2000. Click here

  3. Berg, A. et al. “Monetary Regime Options for Latin America”, Finance and Development, September, 2003. Click here

  4. Boughton, J. M. and D.Lombardi (eds.). Finance, Development and the IMF. Oxford University Press, 2009. Call number: HG3881.5.I58 F54 2009  (NGL-General)

  5. Brau, E. and I. McDonald. Successes of the International Monetary Fund, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2009. Call number: HG3881.5.I58 S855 2009  (NGL-Reserve; AJL-General)

  6. Buria, A. (ed) Challenges to the World Bank and the IMF. Anthem Press, London, 2003. Call number: HG3881.5.W57 C463 2003 (NGL-Reserve)

  7. Calvo, G. A. and C. M. Reinhart. "Capital Flow Reversals, the Exchange Rate Debate and Dollarization," Finance and Development, September 1999. Click here

  8. Chwieroth, J.M. The IMF and the Rise of Liberalization, Princeton University Press, New Jersey, 2010.  Call number: HG3881.5.I58 C49 2010 (NGL-Reserve)

  9. ECLAC, Exchange Rate Regimes in the Caribbean, Port of Spain, 2003. Click here

  10. Enoch, C. and A. Gulde. "Are Currency Boards a Cure for All Monetary Problems?", Finance and Development, December 1998. Click here

  11. Frankel, J. A. No Single Currency Regime is Right for All Countries or at All Times. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press: 1999. Essays in International Finance, No. 215. Click here

  12. Frenkel, J. and M. Goldstein. Functioning of the International Monetary System. IMF, 1996 (2 volumes). Call number: HG3881 .F86 1996 (NGL-Reserve)

  13. Giannini, C. "The IMF and Lender-of-Last-Resort Function: An External View," Finance and Development, September I999. Click here

  14. Hira, A. and J.W. Dean.“Distributional Effects of Dollarisation: The Latin American Case”. Third World Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 3, 2004. Click here

  15. James, H. "From Grandmotherliness to Governance: The Evolution of Conditionality," Finance and Development, December 1999. Click here

  16. James, H. International Monetary Cooperation since Bretton Woods, OUP, 1996.Call number: HG3881 .J33 1996 (NGL-Reserve)

  17. Kenen, P. et al. (eds.). The International Monetary System. Cambridge University Press, 1994. Call number: HG3894 .K46 2008 (NGL-General)

  18. Khan, M. and S. Sharma. “Reconciling Conditionality and Country Ownership,” Finance and Development, June, 2002. Click here

  19. Kodres, L. E. "Foreign Exchange Markets: Structure and System's Risks," Finance and Development, December 1996. Click here

  20. Lamdany, R and L. Martinez (eds) Studies of IMF Governance, IMF, Washington,DC,2009. Call number: HG3881.5.I58 S78 2009 (NGL-Reserve)

  21. Maurya, M. L. International Economic Organisations, Shree Publishers, New Delhi, 2008. Call number: HC.7 .M38 2008 (NGL-General)

  22. Musa, M. et al. (eds.) The Future of the SDR, Washington D.C.: IMF, 1996. Call number: HG3898 .F87 1996 (NGL-Reserve)

  23. Nelson, J. "Promoting Policy Reforms: The Twilight of Conditionality? World Development. September 1996. Available Ebscohost (ask library staff for assistance)

  24. Oatley, T. International Political Economy, Pearson Educational, London, 2010 Call number: HG3881 .H2673 2014 (NGL-General)

  25. Paloni, A. and M. Zanardi. The IMF,World Bank and Policy Reforms. Rouledge, New York, 2006. HC60 .I4145 2006 (NGL-General/Reserve; AJL-General)

  26. Peet, R. Unholy Trinity: The IMF World Bank and WTO. Zed Books, London, 2003. Call number: HG3881.5.I58 P44 2009  (NGL-Reserve; AJL-General)

  27. Gray, P. The Exhaustion of the Dollar. Palgrave, 2004. Call number: HB3722 .G73 2006 (NGL-Reserve)

  28. Polah, J. J. Streamlining the Financial Structure of the International Monetary Fund. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press: 1999. Essays in International Finance, No. 216.

  29. Ramsaran, R. An Introduction to International Money and Finance, Macmillan Press, 1998. Call number: HG3881 R283 1998 (NGL-Reserve; AJL- Reserve)

  30. Rao, P. and S.Sen (eds). The International Monetary Fund—Changing Role. The Icfai Press, Hyderabad, 2007.

  31. Savla, S. Money Laundering and the Financial Intermediaries. London: Kluwer Law International, 2001. Call number: KD1737.R43 S28 2001 (NGL-General)

  32. Spero, J. E. and J. A. Hart. The Politics of International Economic Relations. Wadsworth, Boston, 2010. Call number: HF1411 .S69 2010 (NGL-General)

  33. Stiglitz,J.E. Making Globalization Work. WW Norton & Co., New York,2007. Call number: HF1359 .S75 2007 (NGL-Reserve)

  34. Tavlas, G S. "The International Use of Currencies: The U.S. Dollar and the Euro," Finance and Development, June 1998. Click here

  35. Taylor, A.M. “Global Finance: Past and Present”. Finance and Development, March, 2004. Click here

  36. Tietmeyer, H. "Evolving Cooperation and Coordination in Financial Markets Surveillance," Finance and Development, September 1999. Available Ebscohost (ask library staff for assistance)

  37. Ul Haq, Mahbub, et al (eds.) The U.N. and the Bretton Woods Institutions. Macmillan Press Ltd., London, 1995.

  38. UNCTAD, International Monetary and Financial Issues for the 1990s. Vols. 1 and 2, U.N. New York, 1992. Call number: HG3881 .U55 1992 (NGL-General)

  39. Uzan, M. (ed.). The Future of the International Monetary System. Northampton, M.A.: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 2005. Call number: HG3881 .F871 2005 (NGL-Reserve)

  40. Vemer, D. "The Euro and Latin America," Finance and Development, June 1999. Click here

  41. Vreeland, J. R. The International Monetary Fund: Politics of Conditional Lending. Rouledge, London 2007. Call number: HG3881.5.I58 V743 2007 (NGL-Reserve; AJL-General)

  42. Williamson, J. “From Reform Agenda to Damaged Brand Name”. Finance and Development, September, 2003. Click here

  43. Levinson, J. "The International Financial System: A Flawed Architecture," The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, Spring 1999. Click here

 

International Macroeconomic Policy in Developing Economies

 

  1. Basu, K. and A. Varoudakis. How to Move the Exchange Rate If You Must: The Diverse Practice of Foreign Exchange Intervention by Central Banks and a Proposal for Doing It Better. Policy Research Working Paper 6460, World Bank, 2013.

  2. Blanchard, O. and L. Summers. Rethinking Stabilization Policy. Back to the Future. Peterson Institute for International Economics, 2017. Click here

  3. Catte, P., P. Cova, P. Pagano and I. Visco. The role of macroeconomic policies in the global crisis. Journal of Policy Modeling, Vol. 33, pp.787–803, 2011. Click here

  4. Chang, R. and A. Velasco. Exchange-Rate Policy for Developing Countries. The American Economic Review, Vol. 90, No. 2, pp. 71-75, 2000. Click here

  5. Eckhard Hein & Achim Truger. Finance-dominated capitalism in crisis—the case for a global Keynesian New Deal, Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, 35:2, 187-213, 2012. Click here

  6. Flood, R. and M. Taylor. Exchange Rate Economics: What's Wrong with the Conventional Macro Approach? Chapter in The Microstructure of Foreign Exchange Markets, edited by Jeffrey A. Frankel, Giampaolo Galli and Alberto Giovannini. University of Chicago Press, 1996.

  7. Gopinath, G. Rethinking International Macroeconomic Policy. Chapter in Evolution or Revolution: Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy after the Great Recession, edited by O. Blanchard and L. Summers, MIT Press, 2019.

  8. IMF. Balance of Payments and International Investment Position Manual. 2009. Click here

  9. Mussa, M. The Theory of Exchange Rate Determination. Chapter in Exchange Rate Theory and Practice, edited by John F. O. Bilson and Richard C. Marston, p. 13 – 78, 1984.

  10. Ocampo, J. Balance-of-Payments Dominance: Implications for Macroeconomic Policy. Chapter in Macroeconomics and Development: Roberto Frenkel and the Economies of Latin America, edited by M. Damill, M. Rapetti and Guillermo Rozenwurcel (eds), New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 211-228. 2016.

  11. Rose, A. Exchange Rate Regimes in the Modern Era: Fixed, Floating, and Flaky. Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 652-72, 2010.

  12. Saad-Filho, A. Life beyond the Washington Consensus: An Introduction to Pro-poor Macroeconomic Policies. Review of Political Economy, Volume 19, Number 4, 513–537, October 2007.

  13. Weisbrot, M., R.Ray, J. Johnston, J. Antonio Cordero and J. Montecino. IMF‐Supported Macroeconomic Policies and the World Recession: A Look at Forty‐One Borrowing Countries. Center for Economic and Policy Research, 2009.

 

Development Financing and Sovereign Debt

 

  1. Epstein, G.A. ed. Capital Flight and Capital Controls in Developing Countries. Edward Elgar, Chheltyenham, UK, 2005. Call number: HG3891 .C358 2005 (NGL-Reserve)

  2. Sader, F. Attracting Foreign Investment into Infrastructure. Why is it so Difficult? Foreign Investment Advisory Services, World Bank, 2000. Call number: HG5993 .S23 2000 (AJL-General)

  3. Mallampally, P. and K. P. Sauvant. "Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries," Finance and Development, March 1997. Click here

  4. ECLAC, Foreign Investment in Latin America and the Caribbean, 2002. Call number: HG5160.5.A3 F67 2003 (NGL-General; AJL-Reserve)

  5. Fernandez, Arias, et al. "The Surge in Capital Inflows to Developing Countries: An Analytical Overview," World Bank Economic Review January 1996. Click here

  6. Franco, A. Financing for Development in Latin America and the Caribbean United Nations University Press, New York: 2001. Click here

  7. Fratianni,M. (ed). Financing Development. Ashgate, 2007. Call number:HF1359 .F555 2007 (NGL- Reserve)

  8. Aghevli, B. B. "The Asian Crisis: Causes and Remedies", Finance and Development, June 1999. Click here

  9. Bayer, R. "Two Challenges for the Twenty-First Century: Achieving Financial Discipline and Putting the Internationalization Process in Order." CEPAL Review, no. 60, December 1999. Click here

  10. Boughton, J. M. and D. Lombardi (eds.). Finance, Development and the IMF. Oxford University Press, New York, 2009. Call number: HG3881.5.I58 F54 2009  (NGL-General)

  11. Black, R. and H. White. Targeting Development. New York, Routledge, 2006. Call number: HC59.72.P6 T37 2006 (NGL-General)

  12. Bonner, W. and A. Wiggin. The New Empire of Debt, New Jersey, John Wiley and Sons, 2009. Call number: HB3722 .B658 2009 (NGL-General)

  13. Brainard, L. and D. Chollet (eds.). Global Development, Washington, D.C., Brookings Institution Press, 2008. Call number: HC79.P6 G65 2008 (NGL-General)

  14. Daseking, C. “Debt, How Much is too Much?” Finance and Development, Dec. 2003. Available Ebscohost (ask library staff for assistance)

  15. Edwards, S. "The Mexican Peso Crisis," The World Economy, January 1998. Click here

  16. Eichengreen, B. and M. Musa. "Capital Account Liberalization and the IMF," Finance and Development, December 1998. Click here

  17. Gangopadhyay, P. and M. Chatterji (eds.). Economics of Globalisation, Aldershot, Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2005. Call number: HF1359 .E258 2005 (NGL-Reserve; AJL-General)

  18. Griffith-Jones, S. et al. (eds.). Time for a Visible Hand, New York, OUP, 2010. Call number: HB3717 .T56 2010 (NGL-General)

  19. Guitan, M. "The Challenge of Managing Global Capital Flows," Finance and Development, June 1998. Click here

  20. Mussa, M. et al. "Moderating Fluctuations in Capital Flows to Emerging Market Economies," Finance and Development. March 1999. Available Ebscohost (ask library staff for assistance)

  21. Nague, W. W. et al. "Causes of Capital Inflows and Policy Response to Them," Finance and Development, March 1992. Click here

  22. Rochon, L. and S. Rossi. Monetary and Exchange Rate Systems. Mass., Edward Elgar, 2006. Call number: HB3722 .M63 2006 (NGL-General)

  23. Ul Haque, M. et al "Causes of Capital Inflows and Policy Response to them," Finance and Development. March 1995. Click here

  24. Zedillo, E. ed.The Future of Globalization. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Call number: HF1359 .F874 2008 (NGL-General)

  25. Njinken D. and H. Cameron (eds.). Aid for Trade and Development, New York, Cambridge University Press, 2008. Call number: HC60 .A452 2008 (NGL-General)

  26. Bannister, S. J. “International Trade and Poverty Affiliation,” Finance and Development, Dec. 2001. Click here

  27. Baulch, B. "Poverty, Policy and Aid," IDS Bulletin, January 1996. Click here

  28. Bumside, C. and D. Dollar. "Aid Spurs Growth-in a Sound Policy Environment," Finance and Development, December 1997. Click here

  29. Celasun, O. and J. Walliser. “Managing Aid Surprises,” Finance and Development, September, 2008. Available Ebscohost (ask library staff for assistance)

  30. Deutscher, E. and S. Fyson. “Improving the Effectiveness of Aid,” Finance and Development, September, 2008. Available Ebscohost (ask library staff for assistance)

  31. Graham, C. and M. O’Hanlon. “Making Foreign Aid Work," Foreign Affairs, August 1997. Click here Available Jstor/Ebscohost (ask library staff for assistance)

  32. Grant, R. and J. Nijman (eds.). The Global Crisis in Foreign Aid. Syracuse University Press, New York, 1998. Call number: HC60 .G534 1998 (AJL-General)

  33. Hubbard,R. and W.Duggan. The Aid Trap, Columbia University Press, 2009.

  34. Jackobeit, C. "The World Bank and Human Development," Development and Cooperation. Nov/Dec. 1999. Call number: HC59.7 D48 (AJL-Serial)

  35. Langerbein, H. "Does Aid do Harm?" Development and Cooperation, May/June 2000. Call number: HC59.7 D48 (AJL-Serial)

  36. Opeskin, B. "The Moral Foundations of Foreign Aid," World Development, January 1996. Click here

  37. Rudra, N. Globalisation and the Race to the Bottom in Developing Countries. Cambridge University Press, 2008. Call number: HC59.7 .R763 2008 (NGL-Reserve)

  38. Soros, G. "Capitalism's Last Chance," Foreign Policy, Winter 1999. Click here

  39. Trebilcock,M.J. and M. MetaPrado. What Makes Poor Countries Poor? Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U.K., 2011  Call number: HC59.7 .T739 2011 (NGL-Reserve)

 

International Financial Integration and Financial Crises

 

  1. Rogoff, K. "International Institutions for Reducing Global Financial Instability," Journal of Economic Perspectives, Fall 1999. Click here

  2. Ronbini, N. and S. Wihm. Crisis Economics, New York, Penguin Press, 2010.  Call number: HB3722 .R68 2010 (NGL-General)

  3. Sahinasi, "Systemic Aspects of Recent Turbulence in Mature Markets," Finance andDevelopment, March 1999. Available Ebscohost (ask library staff for assistance)

  4. Schwartz, H.M. States versus Markets. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Call number: HF1359 .S39 2010 (NGL-General)

  5. Sharma, S. "The Challenge of Predicting Economic Crisis," Finance and Development. June 1999. Click here

  6. Reszat, B. "Currency Trading and Financial Instability," Intereconomics. March/April, 1999. Click here

  7. Robertson, J. Power and Politics after Financial Crises. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. Call number: HB3722 .P69 2008 (NGL-General)

  8. Kregel, Jan. "Globalization of Financial Markets and Systematic Crises," Third World Economics. No. 243, 16-31 October.

  9. Key, Sydney. "Trade Liberalisation and Prudential Regulation: the International Framework for Financial Services," International Affairs. Vol. 75, No. 1, 1999. Click here

  10. Lane, T. "The Asian Financial Crisis: What Have We Learned?" Finance and Development. September 1999. Click here

  11. Lipsey, J. "Asian Crisis: A Market Perspective," Finance and Development June 1998. Click here

  12. Lakanza, I. “Riding Out the Storm,” Finance and Development, Dec. 2002.  Click here

  13. Mathieson, D. J. "Financial Crisis in Emerging Markets," Finance and Development, December 1998. Click here

  14. Mikesell, R. F. "Dual Exchange Markets for Countries Facing Financial Crises," World Development. June 2001. Click here

  15. Malder, C. “Refining Techniques for Deterring Financial Weaknesses,” Finance and Development, Dec. 2002.

  16. Johnston, R. B. "Sequencing Capital Account Liberalization," Finance and Development, December 1998. Click here

  17. Johnston, R. B. and V. Sundararjan (eds.) Sequencing Financial Sector Reform. IMF, 1999.

  18. Klein, L. and T. Shabbir eds. Recent Financial Crises. Mass., Edward Elgar Publishing Inc, 2006. Call number: HB3722 .R43 2006 (NGL-General)

  19. Giron, A. and E. Correa. "Global Financial Markets, Financial Deregulation and Crisis," International Social Science Journal, June 1999.

  20. Gonzales-Hermosillo. "Developing Indicators to Provide Early Warnings of Banking Crisis," Finance and Development, June 1999. Click here

  21. Griffith-Jones, S. "A New Financial Architecture for Reducing Risks and Severity of Crisis," International Politics and Society. No. 3, 1999.  Click here

  22. Fuchita, Y. and R.E. Litan (eds.). New Financial Instruments and Institutions. Washington, D.C., Brookings Institution Press, 2007. Call number:HG187.J3 N49 2007 (NGL-General)

  23. Bitner, R. Confessions of a Subprime Lender, John Wiley & Sons Inc., 2008. Call number: HG2040 .B58 2008 (NGL- Reserve)

  24. Block, F. "Controlling Global Finance," World Policy Journal. Fall 1996.  Click here Available Jstor (ask library staff for assistance)

  25. Caprio, G. et al. (eds.) Preventing Bank Crisis: Lessons from Recent Global Bank Failures. World Bank, Washington, D.C. 1998. Click here

  26. Datz, G. “Governments as Market Players: State Innovation in the Global Economy,” Journal of International Affairs, Fall/Winter 2008 vol. 62 no. 1 Click here

  27. Fircher, S. "Financial System Soundness", Finance and Development. March 1997. Click here

  28. Goldstein, M. Safeguarding Prosperity in a Global Financial System. Institute for International Economics, 1999. Click here

  29. Harwood, G. et al. (eds.) Financial Markets and Development: The Crisis in Emerging Markets. World Bank, 1999.

  30. Helleiner, E. "Electronic Money: A Challenge to the Sovereign State," Journal of International Affairs, Spring 1998. Available Ebscohost (ask library staff for assistance)

  31. Huang, H. and S. K. Wajid, “Financial Stability in the World of Global Finance,” Finance and Development, March, 2002. Click here

  32. Hudson, A. C. "Reshaping the Regulatory Landscape: Border Skirmishes Around the Bahamas and Cayman Offshore Financial Centers." Review of International Political Economy. Autumn 1998. Click here

  33. IMF Research Department Staff. "Global Financial Markets; Moving up the Learning Curve," Finance and Development, December 1996. Click here

  34. IMF Research Department Staff. "Managing Risks to the International Banking System. Finance and Development. December 1996.  Click here

  35. Morris, C. The Trillion Dollar Meltdown, Public Affairs, New York, 2008. Click here

  36. Mullin, John. "Emerging Equity Markets in the Global Economy." Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Quarterly Review. Summer, 1993. Click here

  37. Obstfeld, M. "The Global Capital Market: Benefactor or Menace?" Journal of Economic Perspectives. February 1998. Click here

  38. Raghavan, C. "Global Credit and Financial Markers Need Regulations," Third World Resurgence. June 1998.

  39. Remolona, E. M. "The Recent Growth of Financial Derivative Markets," Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Quarterly Review. Winter 1992-93. Click here

  40. Rennhack, "Banking Supervision," Finance and Development. March 2000. Click here

  41. Sassen, S. "Global Financial Centres," Foreign Affairs, February 1999. Call number: JX1 .F6 (AJL-Serial)

  42. Schinasi, G. "Systemic Aspects of Recent Turbulence in Mature Markets," Finance and Development. March 1999. Click here

  43. Schinasi, G. J. et al. "Managing Global Finance and Risk," Finance and Development. December 1999. Click here

  44. Schnatz, B. "Speculative Attacks in Emerging Markets," Intereconomics, March/April 2000. Click here

  45. Soros, G. The New Paradigm for Financial Markets. Public Affairs, New York, 2008.

  46. Steinherr, A. Derivatives: The Wild Beast of Finance, Wiley, New York, 1998.

  47. Taylor, M. and A. Fleming. "Integrated Financial Supervision: Lessons of Scandinavian Experience," Finance and Development. December 1999. Click here

  48. United Nations. World Investment Reports, Various Issues.

  49. Vlcek, W. Offshore Finance and Small States, Palgrave, 2008.

  50. Wong, J. C. "Contagion and Sovereignty Risk," Intereconomics. March/April 2000.

  51. World Bank, Global Development Finance, Various Issues.

  52. Zandi, M. Financial Shock, Pearson Education Inc., New Jersey, 2009. Call number: HG2040.5.U5 Z36 2009 (NGL-Reserve)

 

Financial Technology (FINTECH) and Cyber-Risks

 

  1. Bernards, N. and M. Campbell-Verduyn. Understanding technological change in global finance through infrastructures, Review of International Political Economy, Vol. 26, no. 5, pp. 773-789, 2019. Click here

  2. Emmanouil, D. and R. Santos. Blockchain, FinTechs and their relevance for international financial institutions, European Investment Bank Working Papers, No. 1, 2019. Click here

  3. Goldstein, I., W. Jiang and G. Karolyi. To FinTech and Beyond. The Review of Financial Studies, Volume 32, Issue 5, pp.1647–1661, 2019. Click here

  4. Gomber, P., J. Koch and M. Siering. Digital Finance and FinTech: Current Research and Future Research Directions. Journal of Business Economics, Vol. 87, pp. 537-580, 2017. Click here

  5. Philippon, T. The FinTech Opportunity. NBER Working Paper No. 22476, August 2016. Click here

  6. PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited. Financial Services Technology 2020 and Beyond: Embracing disruption. PWC, 2019. Click here

  7. World Bank. The Global Findex Database 2017: Measuring Financial Inclusion and the Fintech Revolution. 2018. Click here

  8. Yam, J. The Impact of Technology on Financial Development in East Asia. Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 51, No. 2, pp. 539-553, 1998.

 

The Proliferation of International Financial Rules and Standards, the Impact of this Process on Developing Countries and Innovations to Deal with Challenges

 

  1. Darbar, S.M. et al. “Assessing Offshore Financial Centers”, Finance and Development, September, 2003. Click here

  2. Eichengreen, B. Towards a New International Financial Architecture. Institute for International Economies, Washington D.C. 1998.

  3. Kenen, P. B. "The New International Financial Architecture," Washington, D.C. Institute for International Economics, 2001. Call number: HG3881 .K438 2001 (NGL-Reserve)

  4. Commonwealth Secretariat. Money Laundering: Key Issues and Possible Action, 1997. Call number: K5223 .M66 1997 (NGL- General)

  5. Hausler, G. “The Globalization of Finance,” Finance and Development, March 2002.  Click here

  6. Knight, M. "Developing and Transition Countries Confront Financial Globalization," Finance and Development. June 1999.  Click here

  7. Maingot, A. "Laundering Drug Profits: Miami and Caribbean Tax Havens," Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs. Fall 1998. Call number: E11 .J86 I6 (AJL-Serial) 

  8. OECD. FATF Report on Offshore Finance, 2000.

  9. Quirk P-J "Money Laundering: Muddying the Macroeconomy,” Finance and Development. March 1997. Click here

Journals and Periodicals

The following Journals and Periodicals carry relevant and interesting articles from time to time:

  • IMF Staff Papers
  • IMF Survey
  • IMF and World Bank, Finance and Development
  • World Development
  • The Economist Magazine
  • World Development
  • The World Economy
  • Institutional Investor
  • Research Observer (World Bank)
  • Social and Economic Studies
  • Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies

 

Useful Websites

1. International Monetary Fund - IMF -- International Monetary Fund Home Page
2. World Bank - World Bank Group
3. Inter- American Development Bank - Inter-American Development Bank
4. Peterson Institute for International Economics –
Peter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics
5. Caribbean Development Bank – Home ::: The Caribbean Development Bank
6. Bank for International Settlements - Bank for International Settlements
7. CARICOM Secretariat - CARICOM Secretariat

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