Callaghan, M., Ghate, C., Pickford, S., Rathinam, F.X. (Eds.)
2014, XIII, 300 p. 51 illus.
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Presents a forward-looking, rigorously researched viewpoint on the challenges facing the global economy both from the perspectives of advanced and emerging G20 countries
Provides alternative perceptions of various stakeholders in global economic governance —policy makers from G20 countries, central bankers, academics and industry representatives
Among the few books in India on G20 issues with specific analytical input for India’s future involvement in the G20
At the outbreak of the global financial crisis, 2008, the G20 was widely acknowledged as helping prevent an even more serious decline in the global economy. It helped to calm the panic in financial markets and articulate a set of possible policy options to restore global stability and growth. However, as the dual-track recovery set in, policy options for advanced economies and EMEs diverged. Within this context, this book will explore the scope for cooperation amongst the G20 and the diverging challenges and the intricate interconnectedness of policy options between advanced economies and the EMEs within the G20.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Fiscal Policy - International Monetary Arrangements - International Monetary Institutions - International Political Economy - International Relations - Macroeconomic Aspects of International Trade - Macroeconomic Policy - Monetary Policy