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Current developments in monetary and financial law, Volume 4

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Current developments in monetary and financial law, Volume 4
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Current developments in monetary and financial law
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Volume 4
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illustrations
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Current developments in monetary and financial law, Volume 4
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Current developments in monetary and financial law, Volume 4
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Papers based on the ninth biennial seminar for legal advisers of central banks of member countries from May 24-June 4, 2005 and sponsored by the Legal Department of the IMF and the IMF Institute
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Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • The
  • International Monetary Fund's work on financial stability
  • Glenn Gottselig and Anne-Marie Gulde-Wolf
  • Recognition of governments in international organizations, including at the International Monetary Fund
  • Ramanand Mundkur
  • The
  • three pillars of central bank governance: toward a model central bank law or a code of good governance?
  • Fabian Amtenbrink
  • Central bank autonomy, accountability, and governance: conceptual framework
  • Tonny Lybek
  • Current legal aspects of monetary sovereignty
  • Interaction of monetary and fiscal policies: why central bankers worry about government budgets
  • Paul Hilbers
  • Varieties of central bank-executive relationships: international evidence
  • Pierre L. Siklos
  • Designing a legal framework to restructure sovereign debt
  • Sean Hagan
  • Inside the black box: how should a sovereign bankruptcy framework be structured?
  • Patrick Bolton and David A.Skeel, Jr.
  • Guiding principles on regulation and supervision of microfinance
  • Robert Peck Christen, Timothy Lyman, and Richard Rosenberg
  • François Gianviti
  • Supervision of financial conglomerates in the European Union
  • Michael Gruson
  • The
  • regulation and supervision of informal remittance: emerging oversight strategies
  • Samuel Munzele Maimbo
  • Reaching the white-collar terrorist: operational challenges
  • Jeff Breinholt
  • Recent developments in International Monetary Fund involvement in anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism matters
  • Nadim Kyriakos-Saad, Cheong-Ann Png, and Jean-François Thony
  • Can the market control conflicts of interest in the financial industry?
  • The
  • Eugene N. White
  • Did universal banks play a significant role in the U.S. economy's boom-and-bust cycle of 1921-33? A preliminary assessment
  • Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr.
  • Lessons learned from the failure of market discipline and regulatory lapses: how to prevent future busts
  • Lynn Turner
  • Nonbank issuers of electronic money: prudential regulation in comparative perspective
  • Anita Ramasastry
  • Role and security of payment systems in an electronic age
  • Mark Fajfar
  • Deposit insurance and bank insolvency in a changing world: synergies and challenges
  • International Moentary Fund and current account convertibility
  • Michael H. Krimminger
  • Comments on the judicial reform program in Indonesia
  • Daniel S. Lev
  • Out-of-court corporate debt restructuring: the Jakarta Initiative Task Force
  • Ceda Ogada
  • Responding to currency crises in emerging market economies: the IMF in Indonesia, Korea, and Brazil
  • Shinji Takagi
  • Appendix I:
  • Main guidelines on central bank autonomy and accountability
  • Appendix II: The
  • Hector Elizalde
  • World Bank operational manual: operational policies: dealings with de facto governments
  • Appendix III:
  • Proposed features of a sovereign debt restructuring mechanism
  • The
  • obligation of members to provide information to the International Monetary Fund under article VIII, section 5: recent developments
  • Ross Leckow
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