The Political Economy of Financial Crises

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This important and timely two-volume collection presents the key issues and processes that surround recent large-scale financial crises - in Asia, Latin America, and elsewhere - and identifies procedures that will help to avoid and manage crises. The articles are drawn from leading journals in political economy, international relations, political science and economics. The reconstruction of the international financial architecture is identified as a working compromise which brings together neo-Keynesian and neo-liberal ...

The Political Economy of Financial Crises 2004, Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781843761068

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