Fixing Financial Crises in the 21st Century

Fixing Financial Crises in the 21st Century

by Andrew Haldane

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Overview

Financial crises have dogged the international monetary system over recent years. They have impoverished millions of people around the world, especially within developing countries. And they have called into question the very process of globalization. Yet there remains no intellectual consensus on how best to avert such crises, much less resolve th

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781134337156
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 04/01/2004
Series: Routledge International Studies in Money and Banking
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 368
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Andrew G. Haldane is Head of International Finance at the Bank of England.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction

1. Fixing financial crises in the twenty-first century (Andrew G. Haldane)

2. Breaking the crisis cycle in emerging market economies (Sir Edward A.J. Georgepart)

Part 2: Why involve the private sector?

3.Reflections on moral hazard and private sector involvement in the resolution of emerging market financial crises (Michael Mussa)

4. Comments on "Reflections on moral hazard and private sector involvement in the resolution of emerging market financial crises" (John Murray)

5. Private sector involvement in financial crisis resolution: definition, measurement and implementation (William R. Cline)

6. Comments on "Private sector involvement in financial crisis resolution" (Leonardo Leidermanpart)

Part 3: How to involve the private sector

7. Private sector involvement in crisis resolution and mechanisms for dealing with sovereign debt problems (Nouriel Roubini)

8. Comments on "Private sector involvement in crisis resolution and mechanisms for dealing with sovereign debt problems" (Amar Bhattacharya)

9. Binding-in the private sector (Andrew G. Haldane, Simon Hayes, Adrian Penalver, Victoria Saporta and Hyun Song Shin)

10. Comments on "Binding-in the private sector" (Robert Kahnpart)

Part 4: Contractual resolution of financial crises

11. Sovereign bonds and the collective will (Lee C. Buchheit and G. Mitu Gulati)

12. Comments on "Sovereign bonds and the collective will" (Nathan Sheets)

13. Sovereign bond restructuring: collective action clausesand official crisis intervention (Kenneth M. Kletzner)

14. Comments on "Sovereign bond restructuring" (Willem H. Buiter)

Part 5: Statutory resolution of financial crises

15. Standstills and an international bankruptcy court (Jonathan Eaton)

16. Comments on "Standstills and an internationalbankruptcy court" (Jeromin Zettelmeyer)

17. Co-ordination Failure, Moral Hazard and Sovereign Bankruptcy Procedures (Sayantan Ghosal and Marcus Miller)

18. Comments on "Co-ordination failure, moral hazardand sovereign bankruptcy procedures" (David Vinespart)

Part 6: The road ahead

19. Missing links in the international financial architecture (Mervyn A. King)

20 The work ahead (Matthew Fisher)

21. Next steps in the international financial architecture (Lorenzo Bini Smaghi)

22. Remarks on "Next steps in the international financialarchitecture" (Richard H. Clarida)

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