Series Editors: Professor John Kirton, Munk Centre for
International Studies, Trinity College, Canada, Professor Michele
Fratianni, W George Pinnell Professor and Chair, Business Economics
and Public Policy, Indiana University, USA and Professor Paolo
Savona, Gugliemo Marconi University, Italy
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The intensifying globalisation of the twenty-first century has
brought a myriad of new managerial and political challenges for
governing international finance. The return of synchronous global
slowdown, mounting developed country debt, and new economy
volatility have overturned established economic certainties.
Proliferating financial crises, transnational terrorism, currency
consolidation, and increasing demands that international finance
should better serve public goods such as social and environmental
security have all arisen to compound the problem.
The new public and private international institutions that are
emerging to govern global finance have only just begun to
comprehend and respond to this new world. Embracing international
financial flows and foreign direct investment, in both the private
and public sector dimensions, this series focuses on the challenges
and opportunities faced by firms, national governments, and
international institutions, and their roles in creating a new
system of global finance.
For more information on how to submit a proposal to this series,
please contact Kirstin Howgate,
Publisher for Politics and International Relations.