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International Financial Reform

The Broad Agenda

  • Author: UN
  • Publication date: November 1999
  • Page count: 48
  • Language(s) in this book: English
  • Sales number: 99.II.G.40

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This publication argues that the agenda for international financial reform must be broadened in at least two senses. First of all, it should go beyond the issues of financial prevention and resolution, to those associated with development finance for poor and small countries, and to the ownership of economic and development policies by countries. Secondly, it should consider, in a systematic fashion, not only the role of world institutions but also of regional arrangements and the explicit definition of areas where national autonomy should be maintained.