The Global Wakeup Call

Kaufman, Henry
December 1998
Global Finance;Dec98, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p26
Trade Publication
Provides information on the global financial crisis in 1998. Background on global economy; Implications of the condition to the structure of financial regulation and supervision; International institution needed as a response to the financial crisis; Challenges facing the International Monetary Fund and World Bank.


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