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The Warwick Commission on International Financial Reform: In Praise of Unlevel Playing Fields

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The Warwick Commission on International Financial Reform is the second of its kind from the University, and aims to bring together knowledge from scholars and market practitioners to address issues of global economic importance. There are few topics of greater urgency than how to reform the international financial system in the midst of crisis. The issues involved in considering financial reform are very complex, and the stakes at play for citizens, private enterprise, and governments are high. The aim of the Warwick Commissions is to act as an independent autonomous body and bring together an interdisciplinary and experienced team of scholars and practitioners with no specified prior agenda. Through debate and discussion, the Commissions are charged withthe duty of producing recommendations that are practical, progressive, and realistic. >>read more  (.pdf)


By Author: Mark Blyth

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