Globalization and the Reform of the International Banking and Monetary System (Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions) BY Otto Hieronymi, Alexandre Vautravers

Globalization and the Reform of the International Banking and Monetary System (Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions) BY Otto Hieronymi, Alexandre Vautravers
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Globalization and the Reform of the International Banking and Monetary System

(Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions)

BY Otto Hieronymi, Alexandre Vautravers



Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (December 8, 2009)





Product Description

The book argues that a successful monetary and banking reform requires: a rollback of monetary nationalism and return to monetary internationalism; trust in the banking system with its basic functions restored; a balance between competition and solidarity in order to assure political and social acceptance of globalization.





About the Author

OTTO HIERONYMI is a research economist and a professor of International Relations. He was an international economist with Morgan Guaranty Trust in New York, and a senior researcher responsible for economic analysis and Forecasting with the Battelle Memorial Institute in Geneva, Switzerland. From 1995 till 2006, he was the Director of the department of International Relations, Webster University, Geneva, Switzerland, where he still continues to teach.



ALEXANDRE VAUTRAVERS is a historian and an economist. One of his principal areas of interest is strategy and military history, subjects on which he has published extensively. Currently, he is Director of the International Relations Department of Webster University in Geneva, Switzerland.