Financial crises occur with increasing frequency in our integrated world economy. GEGI’s work on institutions for financial stability examines the extent to which nation states and international institutions interact to prevent and mitigate financial crises. Research looks at the the International Monetary Fund, the emerging ‘global financial safety net’ of regional financial institutions, swap networks, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and central bank diplomacy, the informal institutions surrounding sovereign debt workouts and the extent to which contemporary trade and investment treaties are compatible with existing regimes for financial stability.

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