Editor's Preface; P. Savona. Summary of Findings of the Guido Carli Association's Second International Conference; P. Savona. Introduction: A New Architecture or a New System? A Survey of International Monetary Reform in the 1990's; F. Saccomanni. Part I: Economic Contents. Capital Flows, Exchange Rates, and the New International Financial Architecture: Six Crises in Search of a Generic Explanation; R.Z. Aliber. Comment to Aliber's `Capital Flows, Exchange Rates, and The New International Financial Architecture: Six Crises in Search of a Generic Explanation'; M. Fratianni. Some Lessons for Bank Regulation from Recent Crises; D.T. Llewellyn. Comment to Llewellyn `Some Lessons for Regulation from Recent Bank Crisis'; J.R. Shafer. International Financial Architecture and the Economic Renaissance in Europe; M.C. Watson. The Present International Monetary System: Problems, Complications and Reforms; D. Salvatore. On Monetary Analysis of Derivatives; P. Savona, et al. Comment to Savona, Maccario and Oldani's `On Monetary Analysis of Derivatives'; P.M. Oppenheimer. Concluding Remarks: Some Challenges for Reformers and Architects; A.K. Swoboda. Part II: Legal Aspects. New Financial Architectures and Legal Infrastructures towards a Corrected and Compensated International Monetary System; A. Predieri. Financial Derivatives and Private International Law: Some Remarks; S.M. Carbone. Private Law Instruments for Reduction of Risks on International Financial Markets: Results and Limits of Self-Regulation; M.C. Malaguti.
Two years ago, the Guido Carli Association, in collaboration with the Aspen Institute Italia, charged a group of distinguished economists to examine the problems created by the unsatisfactory functioning of the International Monetary System. The two resulting conferences were sponsored by the Fondazione della Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze (CESIFIN) and the Permanent Advisory Committee on the Euro and the Dollar (PACE&D). Their research had a two-fold aim. The first was an examination of the basic function of the International Monetary System with a special focus on the role the Euro would and should have. The second was the preparation of a list of recommendations on how to resolve the problems, financial problems in particular, affecting the entire world community.
Last year, the group focused on efforts taking place in diverse financial institutions and universities to construct what has been called the `New International Financial Architecture'. This group considered the legal problems arising from European and international integration and, more generally, from the new architecture of the International Monetary System.
This book, The New Architecture of the International Monetary System, is the final result of their efforts. It will be an invaluable resource for academics, professionals, and students alike.
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