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Systemic Risk: The Myth of Rational Finance and the Crisis of Democracy

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Five years have passed since the outbreak of one of the worst financial crises the world has ever witnessed. Yet, despite the exceedingly diverse range of publications that have sought to explain the causes and the logic of the crisis, central questions have remained unanswered. Indeed, not only has systemic risk become a buzzword, but it has also developed into an acute threat. But what exactly constitutes the very essence of this concept, and ought it to be considered an economic or a political phenomenon?

In addressing these questions, this volume draws upon political economy as an approach to analyze the concept of systemic risk as well as corresponding dilemmas of political order, legitimacy, and expertise. The resulting discussion posits major consequences for the political governance of financial systems in the increasingly interconnected world of the twenty-first century.

About the Author

Helmut Willke is professor of global governance at Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen, Germany. He is the author of twenty books and has published widely in journals.
Eva Becker is a research associate and PhD candidate working on Helmut Willke's research project on policy responses to systemic risk.
Carla Rost�sy is a research associate and PhD candidate working on Helmut Willke's research project on policy responses to systemic risk.

Table of Contents

1              Introduction: Systemic Risk Revisited - Steps to an Integrated

                Approach

 

2              Describing Systemic Risk

                2.1          Basic Features of Systemic Risk

 

3              The Myth of Rational Finance: A Review of Systemic Properties of

                Global Finance

                3.1          System Governance

                3.2          Overconfidence in Governance Capabilities

                3.3          Learning Disabilities

 

4              Understanding Systemic Risk

                4.1          An Economic Approach to Systemic Risk

                4.2          A Political Approach to Systemic Risk

                4.3          An Integrated Approach to Systemic Risk

 

5              Micro-Cases of Global Financial Governance Institutions

                5.1          The FSB

                5.2          The BCBS

                5.3          A Critical Examination of the FSOC           

                5.4          An Early Assessment of the ESRB

 

6              Whats Democracy Got to Do with it - a Crisis of Democracy?

 

7              Whats Law Got to Do with it?

 

Appendix

 

References

 

Index

 

 

Product Details

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9783593399881
Author:
Willke, Helmut
Publisher:
Campus Verlag
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Becker, Eva
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Carla Rost
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Subject:
General Political Science
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Politics - General
Edition Description:
Paperback
Publication Date:
20140231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
23 color plates, 2 halftones
Pages:
282
Dimensions:
8.5 x 5.5 in

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