Global Financial Rulemaking and Small Economies

Delivering sustainable economic growth
Sep 30, 2015 | United Nations, Inés Bustillo, Raquel Artecona

Improving governance is essential at a time when financing the post-2015 agenda requires mobilization of public and private funds at national, regional and global levels. In this publication by the United Nations, Inés Bustillo and Raquel Artecona address some unintended consequences of global financial regulation and the prevention of international tax evasion, and their impact on emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs). They also look at the global financial architecture and governance of standard setting bodies, and the actions taken to improve representation and legitimacy, and remediate some of the unintended impacts on EMDEs.

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