Capital Ideas : : The IMF and the Rise of Financial Liberalization / / Jeffrey M. Chwieroth.

The right of governments to employ capital controls has always been the official orthodoxy of the International Monetary Fund, and the organization's formal rules providing this right have not changed significantly since the IMF was founded in 1945. But informally, among the staff inside the IM...

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Superior document:Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter Princeton University Press eBook-Package Backlist 2000-2013
Place / Publishing House:Princeton, NJ : : Princeton University Press, , [2009]
Year of Publication:2009
Edition:Course Book
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Physical Description:1 online resource (352 p.) :; 1 line illus. 6 tables.
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Table of Contents:
  • Frontmatter
  • Contents
  • Figures and Tables
  • Preface
  • Abbreviations
  • Chapter One. Introduction
  • Chapter Two. Normative Change From Within
  • Chapter Three. Capital Ideas and Capital Controls
  • Chapter Four. Capital Controlled the Early Postwar Era
  • Chapter Five. The Limits and Hollowness of Keynesianism in the 1960S
  • Chapter Six. Formal Change and Informal Continuity the Reform Negotiations of the 1970s
  • Chapter Seven. Capital Freed Informal Change from the 1980S to the Mid-1990S
  • Chapter Eight. Capital in Crisis Financial Turmoil in the Late 1990s
  • Chapter Nine. Norm Continuity and Organizational Legitimacy from the Asian Crisis to the Subprime Crisis
  • Epilogue A Subprime "Crisis" For Capital Freedom?
  • Index