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The G20 Track Record in Disciplining the Financial Sector (December 2012)

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Sat, Dec 1, 2012

The G20 Track Record in Disciplining the Financial Sector (December 2012)

In an article appeared in the last G20 Update – a newsletter published by the Heinrich Boell Foundation— RBW Project Director Aldo Caliari analyzes what has been the progress so far on the different areas of reform of the financial system pledged by the Group of 20.

The article surveys progress in the following areas: financial institutions which are “too big to fail”, derivatives, banking capital requirements, credit rating agencies, shadow banking, financial transparency and tax havens, and IMF reform.

G20 Bailed Out by European Crisis (July 2012)

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Sat, Jun 30, 2012

G20 Bailed Out by European Crisis (July 2012)

This report provides an assessment of the outcomes of the G20 Summit held in the city of Los Cabos, Mexico, on June 18-19 2012, regarding the global economic recovery, financial regulation and IMF reform.

Click here for a related report on the outcomes of a G20 Study on Macroeconomic Impacts of Commodity Price Volatility, also addressed at the Los Cabos Summit.

Doha Round taboo broken at the Group of 20 Cannes Summit

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Tue, Jan 3, 2012

Doha Round taboo broken at the Group of 20 Cannes Summit

The breaking of the taboo around the conclusion of the Doha Development Agenda at the WTO might have been the most striking trade conclusion to come up of the Group of 20 Leaders Summit in the city of Cannes, France, last November. This article, the last in a series of three articles on the Cannes Summit, analyzes the outcomes on trade and other issues on the agenda of the G20 Development Working Group.

New Directions for International Monetary and Financial Policy (September 2011)

Rethinking Bretton Woods | Mon, Oct 10, 2011

New Directions for International Monetary and Financial Policy (September 2011)

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Club de Madrid and Center of Concern co-published “New Directions for International Financial and Monetary Policy: Reducing inequality for Shared Societies.” The publication, edited by Sara Burke and Werner Puschra gathers presentations made by policy-makers and officials from developed and developing countries, academics and high level personalities at a conference held last Spring by the three co-publishing organizations.

 

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