International Finance is one of the most important areas of interest in economics and business. With the liberalization of international capital over the last half-century, financial capital has flowed in and out of countries at amazing rates. This collection examines issues such as:
* financial globalization
* multilateral financial institutions
* capital flows to emerging economies
* exchange rate regimes.
The topical contributions are well written and understandable for those interested in international finance, while the comprehensive nature of the book along with its pedagogical features such as exam style questions and
areas for further research make the book ideal for students on an International Finance course. The lessons that can be learned from the distinguished authors are equally useful for businessmen and policy-makers.
Part 1: Financial Globalization Part 2: Global Financial Architecture Part 3: Multilateral Financial Institutions Part 4: Exchange Rate Regimes and Arrangements Part 5: Capital Flows to Emerging Market Economies Part 6: Financial and Currency Crises Part 7: Financial and Macroeconomic Issues.