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The Resource Governing financial globalization : international political economy and multi-level governance, edited by Andrew Baker, David Hudson and Richard Woodward, (electronic resource)

Governing financial globalization : international political economy and multi-level governance, edited by Andrew Baker, David Hudson and Richard Woodward, (electronic resource)

Label
Governing financial globalization : international political economy and multi-level governance
Title
Governing financial globalization
Title remainder
international political economy and multi-level governance
Statement of responsibility
edited by Andrew Baker, David Hudson and Richard Woodward
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
CaPaEBR
Dewey number
332.042
LC call number
HG205
LC item number
.G68 2005eb
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  • 1972-
  • 1977-
  • 1976-
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  • Baker, Andrew
  • Hudson, David
  • Woodward, Richard
  • ebrary, Inc
Series statement
RIPE series in global political economy
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  • International finance
  • International finance
  • Monetary policy
  • Capital movements
  • Globalization
  • International economic relations
Label
Governing financial globalization : international political economy and multi-level governance, edited by Andrew Baker, David Hudson and Richard Woodward, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"The volume originated out of an inter-disciplinary conference on Multi-level governance at the Political Economy Research Centre at the University of Sheffield in the Summer of 2001"--Introd
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [223]-251) and index
Contents
  • Introduction : financial globalization and multi-level governance / Andrew Baker, David Hudson, Richard Woodward -- Power, markets and accountability : the development of multi-level governance in international finance / Philip G. Cerny -- Money and the spatial challenge : multi-level governance and the 'territorial trap' / Richard Woodward -- Locating and understanding the marketplace in financial governance : IPE, interdisciplinarity and multi-level governance / David Hudson -- The everyday life of global finance : a neglected 'level' of governance / Paul Langley -- The three-dimensional governance of macroeconomic policy in the advanced capitalist world / Andrew Baker -- European banking policy : between multilevel governance and Europeanization / Emiliano Grossman -- The IMF, middle income countries and the Asian financial crisis : multi-level governance as adaptation / Ben Thirkell-White -- Globalization and the City of London's financial markets : the emergence of multi-level governance in principal financial centres / Richard Woodward -- The new international financial architecture (NIFA) : an emerging multi-level structure of neo-liberal discipline / Susanne Soederberg -- Conclusions : financial globalization, multi-level governance, and IPE / Andrew Baker, David Hudson and Richard Woodward
  • Introduction : financial globalization and multi-level governance / Andrew Baker, David Hudson, Richard Woodward -- Power, markets and accountability : the development of multi-level governance in international finance / Philip G. Cerny -- Money and the spatial challenge : multi-level governance and the 'territorial trap' / Richard Woodward -- Locating and understanding the marketplace in financial governance : IPE, interdisciplinarity and multi-level governance / David Hudson -- The everyday life of global finance : a neglected 'level' of governance / Paul Langley -- The three-dimensional governance of macroeconomic policy in the advanced capitalist world / Andrew Baker -- European banking policy : between multilevel governance and Europeanization / Emiliano Grossman -- The IMF, middle income countries and the Asian financial crisis : multi-level governance as adaptation / Ben Thirkell-White -- Globalization and the City of London's financial markets : the emergence of multi-level governance in principal financial centres / Richard Woodward -- The new international financial architecture (NIFA) : an emerging multi-level structure of neo-liberal discipline / Susanne Soederberg -- Conclusions : financial globalization, multi-level governance, and IPE / Andrew Baker, David Hudson and Richard Woodward
  • Introduction : financial globalization and multi-level governance / Andrew Baker, David Hudson, Richard Woodward -- Power, markets and accountability : the development of multi-level governance in international finance / Philip G. Cerny -- Money and the spatial challenge : multi-level governance and the 'territorial trap' / Richard Woodward -- Locating and understanding the marketplace in financial governance : IPE, interdisciplinarity and multi-level governance / David Hudson -- The everyday life of global finance : a neglected 'level' of governance / Paul Langley -- The three-dimensional governance of macroeconomic policy in the advanced capitalist world / Andrew Baker -- European banking policy : between multilevel governance and Europeanization / Emiliano Grossman -- The IMF, middle income countries and the Asian financial crisis : multi-level governance as adaptation / Ben Thirkell-White -- Globalization and the City of London's financial markets : the emergence of multi-level governance in principal financial centres / Richard Woodward -- The new international financial architecture (NIFA) : an emerging multi-level structure of neo-liberal discipline / Susanne Soederberg -- Conclusions : financial globalization, multi-level governance, and IPE / Andrew Baker, David Hudson and Richard Woodward
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000164743
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiv, 258 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780415341257
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000164743
Label
Governing financial globalization : international political economy and multi-level governance, edited by Andrew Baker, David Hudson and Richard Woodward, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
"The volume originated out of an inter-disciplinary conference on Multi-level governance at the Political Economy Research Centre at the University of Sheffield in the Summer of 2001"--Introd
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [223]-251) and index
Contents
  • Introduction : financial globalization and multi-level governance / Andrew Baker, David Hudson, Richard Woodward -- Power, markets and accountability : the development of multi-level governance in international finance / Philip G. Cerny -- Money and the spatial challenge : multi-level governance and the 'territorial trap' / Richard Woodward -- Locating and understanding the marketplace in financial governance : IPE, interdisciplinarity and multi-level governance / David Hudson -- The everyday life of global finance : a neglected 'level' of governance / Paul Langley -- The three-dimensional governance of macroeconomic policy in the advanced capitalist world / Andrew Baker -- European banking policy : between multilevel governance and Europeanization / Emiliano Grossman -- The IMF, middle income countries and the Asian financial crisis : multi-level governance as adaptation / Ben Thirkell-White -- Globalization and the City of London's financial markets : the emergence of multi-level governance in principal financial centres / Richard Woodward -- The new international financial architecture (NIFA) : an emerging multi-level structure of neo-liberal discipline / Susanne Soederberg -- Conclusions : financial globalization, multi-level governance, and IPE / Andrew Baker, David Hudson and Richard Woodward
  • Introduction : financial globalization and multi-level governance / Andrew Baker, David Hudson, Richard Woodward -- Power, markets and accountability : the development of multi-level governance in international finance / Philip G. Cerny -- Money and the spatial challenge : multi-level governance and the 'territorial trap' / Richard Woodward -- Locating and understanding the marketplace in financial governance : IPE, interdisciplinarity and multi-level governance / David Hudson -- The everyday life of global finance : a neglected 'level' of governance / Paul Langley -- The three-dimensional governance of macroeconomic policy in the advanced capitalist world / Andrew Baker -- European banking policy : between multilevel governance and Europeanization / Emiliano Grossman -- The IMF, middle income countries and the Asian financial crisis : multi-level governance as adaptation / Ben Thirkell-White -- Globalization and the City of London's financial markets : the emergence of multi-level governance in principal financial centres / Richard Woodward -- The new international financial architecture (NIFA) : an emerging multi-level structure of neo-liberal discipline / Susanne Soederberg -- Conclusions : financial globalization, multi-level governance, and IPE / Andrew Baker, David Hudson and Richard Woodward
  • Introduction : financial globalization and multi-level governance / Andrew Baker, David Hudson, Richard Woodward -- Power, markets and accountability : the development of multi-level governance in international finance / Philip G. Cerny -- Money and the spatial challenge : multi-level governance and the 'territorial trap' / Richard Woodward -- Locating and understanding the marketplace in financial governance : IPE, interdisciplinarity and multi-level governance / David Hudson -- The everyday life of global finance : a neglected 'level' of governance / Paul Langley -- The three-dimensional governance of macroeconomic policy in the advanced capitalist world / Andrew Baker -- European banking policy : between multilevel governance and Europeanization / Emiliano Grossman -- The IMF, middle income countries and the Asian financial crisis : multi-level governance as adaptation / Ben Thirkell-White -- Globalization and the City of London's financial markets : the emergence of multi-level governance in principal financial centres / Richard Woodward -- The new international financial architecture (NIFA) : an emerging multi-level structure of neo-liberal discipline / Susanne Soederberg -- Conclusions : financial globalization, multi-level governance, and IPE / Andrew Baker, David Hudson and Richard Woodward
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000164743
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiv, 258 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780415341257
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000164743

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