A new International Financial Architecture: a proposal
A proposal for a new international financial architecture with an International Board of Arbitration for Sovereign Debt.
« …the nature of the current world crisis, the uncertainties created and the need for new proposals for a global world require new institutions. An international board of arbitration for sovereign debts is kingpin for the new more democratic international financial architecture and for a more stable world economy… »
An incisive critique of and proposal for the Asian Development Bank.
Guttal Shalmali, February 2005
This synthesis report presents the various papers written by participants in the International Regulations Workshop and attempts to draw out the key points and recommendations of each paper and the agreements and disagreements that emerged in the exchange.
Walden Bello, December 2005
A proposal to replace the Bank with a substantially shrunk global institution that makes long-term, low interest loans but is more democratic and transparent, among other changes.
Robin Broad, February 2005
A proposal for a radically disempowered IMF, turned into just another actor co-existing with and being checked by other international organizations, agreements and regional groupings. De los Reyes and Bello argue for international regional institutions to supplant the IMF as a regulator of global finance.
Walden Bello, August 2005
A proposal on regulating corporate behavior through public institutions at the international level.
Sarah Anderson, March 2005
A text on the Currency Transaction Tax (CTT), the problems raised as regards its feasibility and possible solutions.
David Hillman, January 2005
An assessment of the role and impact of the WTO and its failure to address the needs of developing countries.
Aileen Kwa, June 2005