Crisis Financiera en América Latina: la caída del optimisto del blindaje

Jue, 01/08/2009 - 11:19 -- Anónimo (no verificado)

Muchos gobiernos de América Latina han insistido que sus países se encontraban “blindados”
frente a la crisis global. Expresando un gran optimismo, en lugares como México, Argentina,
Chile, Perú y Colombia, se repetía que las economías nacionales continuarían creciendo,
mientras la crisis estaría restringida a los países ricos. Pero con el paso de las semanas es
evidente que el descalabro financiero está afectando a América Latina, y las ideas del “blindaje”
se están derrumbando.

 

 

An Agenda for Reform of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Mié, 12/10/2008 - 11:56 -- Anónimo (no verificado)

What are the underlying factors shaking the very foundation of one of the pillars of the international financial architecture? What strategic and managerial reforms would be necessary to allow the IMF to address the most pressing challenges to economic and financial stability? And fi nally, what can be done within the governance structure of the Fund to make it more representative of all segments of its membership?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Global Financial Crisis: What needs to be done?

Mié, 12/10/2008 - 11:45 -- Anónimo (no verificado)

Serious efforts to reform the international financial system must consider the broad lessons of the current crisis for financial market regulation, specific steps to take to make future financial stability more likely, and the reshaping of the international financial system, including its architecture and governance, so that it better serves the needs of the underlying real economy. Such efforts should begin with the recognition that the social costs of financial instability on the emerging market and developing economies are immense.

 

 

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