From a Centralized to a Decentralized Global Economic Architecture: An Overview
Rana, Pradumna B. | January 2013
This paper argues that calls for a New Bretton Woods system in the aftermath of the global economic crisis—similar to the remarkable 1944 Bretton Woods conference that led to the establishment of various international economic institutions—are unlikely to be answered. The likely scenario is that the centralized architecture from before the global economic crisis will evolve toward a more decentralized and multilayered global architecture where regional institutions are linked together to a “senior” global organization in a complementary manner by rules and regulations. The paper also highlights the new regional institutions that Asia needs to establish to contribute to this evolving global economic architecture.
CitationRana, Pradumna B.. 2013. From a Centralized to a Decentralized Global Economic Architecture: An Overview. © Asian Development Bank Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/1163. License: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 IGO.
Regional Development Finance
Public Scrutiny of City Finances
Non-Bank Financial Institutions
Local Government Finance
Government Financial Institutions
Foreign and Domestic Financing
Financial Risk Management
Assessing Corporate Governance
Tax administration and procedure
Effect of taxation on labor supply
Decentralization in government
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