Crisis and Reform: Canada and the International Financial System

May 29, 2014

The 28th edition of the Canada Among Nations series is an examination of Canada and the global financial crisis, and the country’s historic and current role in the international financial system.

Table of Contents:

Foreword — Tiff Macklem

Introduction by Rohinton Medhora and Dane Rowlands

Inclusiveness and Creativity at the Creation: Canada and the Bretton Woods Negotiations
Eric Helleiner

Canada and the IMF: Global Finance and the Challenge of Completing Bretton Woods
James A. Haley

The G8 and G20: Canada’s Role
Barry Carin

Canada, the FSB and the International Institutional Response to the Current Crisis
Tony Porter

The Global Financial Crisis and Financial Regulation: Canada and the World
Dave Longworth

Success under Pressure: The Bank of Canada and the Global Financial Crisis —Actions and Lessons
Lawrence Schembri and Eric Santor

The Bank of Canada and the Global Financial Crisis: Quietly Influential Among Central Banks
Domenico Lombardi and Pierre Siklos

Canadian Autonomy and Systemic Financial Risk After the Crisis of 2008
Louis W. Pauly

The Finance-Trade Crossover
John M. Curtis

Europe’s Monetary Union in Crisis
Juliet Johnson

The Developing Countries and the Great Financial Crisis: Was This time Different?
Roy Culpeper

Conclusion: The Contours of the Post-financial Crisis: Global Political Economy
Randall Germain

Canada in the Global Financial System

About the Editor

Rohinton P. Medhora is a CIGI distinguished fellow, professor of practice at McGill University, and an expert in international economic relations, innovation policy, development economics and governance.