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Willy Zapata Sagastume, Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid, Stefanie Garry
Friday 01 July, 2016
This paper reviews the current status of the struggle against money laundering and the financing of terrorism in Latin America and the Caribbean and highlights the importance of its prevention.
Andrew Cornford
Tuesday 22 September, 2015
This article reviews the Indian model bilateral investment treaty and the major provisions of international investment treaties, often with special attention to their historical development.
Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 15 July, 2014
The recent ruling by the US Supreme Court in favour of vulture capital funds on Argentina’s debt restructuring case defies both US laws and international norms.
Andrew Cornford
Wednesday 26 February, 2014
The new Basel committee document on banking supervision have been welcome by the banking sector, but severely criticised by the broader economic and political community.
Kevin P. Gallagher
Monday 13 May, 2013
This report published by Boston University's Pardee Center is the outcome of a workshop co-sponsored last June in Buenos Aires, Argentina with the Center for the Study of State and Society (CEDES) in Argentina and Global Development and Environment Institute (GDAE) at Tufts University.
Sergio Cesaratto
Wednesday 27 February, 2013
This paper reviews the main causes of the Euro Zone financial crisis and argues that the prevailing crisis resolution philosophy resembles the original deflationary Euro-bias.
Jayati Ghosh
Monday 09 April, 2012
The emergence of BRICS as a global economic entity offers scope for democratizing the entire process of South-South Co-operation that till date has been mainly corporate led.
Jayati Ghosh
Tuesday 13 March, 2012
Recent Bilateral Investment Treaties, signed by India, can have far-reaching and typically negative implications because of the sweeping protections afforded to investors.
Andrew Cornford
Wednesday 22 February, 2012
Post-crisis this paper revisits the debate on effect of GATS rules of prudential measures and financial sector reforms on banking services and regulatory architecture.
Jayati Ghosh
Saturday 18 February, 2012
The USA and the European Countries zealously control the IMF and the World Bank on flimsy grounds. It is high time for reorganisation according to the new world realities.
 

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