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Part I: The Institutionalization of Global Finance
Chapter 1 Introduction: Why Study Global Finance?
Chapter 2 Debates and Controversies in the Conceptualization of Global Finance
Chapter 3 The Emerging Regime for Regulating Global Finance
Part II: Sectoral Developments
Chapter 4 International Banking
Chapter 5 The Governance of Global Securities and Derivatives Markets
Chapter 6 Foreign Direct Investment
Part III: New Actors and New Frontiers in Global Finance
Chapter 7 Business Institutions and Private-Sector Norms
Chapter 8 Developing and Transition Countries
Chapter 9 Non-Governmental Organizations and Global Civil Society
Part IV: Democracy and Politics in the Governance of Global Finance
Chapter 10 Gender and the Globalization of Finance
Chapter 11 Risk Politics and Financial Crises
Chapter 12 Democracy and Legitimacy in the Governance of Global Finance
“Tony Porter’s Globalization and Finance covers everything you ever wanted to know on the subject: theory, data, history, policy, impacts and ethics. All is meticulously researched, thoughtfully analyzed, and lucidly written. Porter makes global finance both interesting and accessible. An empowering read!”Jan Aart Scholte, University of Warwick
“Tony Porter not only tackles the most salient issues and approaches relating to the globalization of finance, but does so in a highly accessible manner. Students will find this book an invaluable introduction to the topic.”
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"Tony Porter's book presents an interesting viewpoint on globalisation and global finance....The narrative is a rich mixture of history, institutional economics, international finance and social science including political science."
- Provides a timely and accessible introduction to the governance of global finance.
Discusses the extent to which the development of a global marketplace affects our daily lives.
Written for students approaching the topic for the first time.
Includes chapters on banking, securities markets, foreign direct investment, private authority,the role of developing and transition countries, global civil society, gender, the politics of risk practices and financial crises, and democracy.