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Title: Financial governance after the great recession: what changed and what didn't?
Authors: Kregel, Jan
Publisher: Escola Nacional de Administração Pública (Enap)
Endereço Eletrônico: http://seer.enap.gov.br/index.php/RSP/article/view/1275/732
Language: Idioma::Inglês:English:en
Country: País::BR:Brasil
metadata.dc.type: Artigo
metadata.dc.description.physical: Revista do Serviço Público - RSP, v. 66, ed. esp., p. 9-28
Issue Date: 2015
metadata.dc.rights.holder: Escola Nacional de Administração Pública (Enap)
metadata.dc.rights.license: Termo::Creative Commons - Uso Não Comercial (by-nc)::Esta licença permite que outros remixem, adaptem, e criem obras derivadas sobre a obra licenciada, sendo vedado o uso com fins comerciais. As novas obras devem conter menção ao autor nos créditos e também não podem ser usadas com fins comerciais, porém as obras derivadas não precisam ser licenciadas sob os mesmos termos desta licença. Fonte: http://creativecommons.org.br/as-licencas/
Classificação Temática: Economia
Estado e Governo. Governança. Governabilidade
Gestão Orçamentária. Finanças Públicas
Abstract: Finance in general, and banking in particular, are problably the only areas of the economic system where there is widespread agreement on the necessity of formal governance. Most governments reserve for themselves the right to issue debt in the form of coins and currency; in addition private providers of means of payment, with disastrous consequences for the operatoin of the real economy that governments have sought to regulate financial to prevent financial crisis. However, in an open global economy the relations of national goverments have little impact on the operation of global financial markets which are regulated by the governments of developed countries. Thus the regulations determiner in developed country governance in the aftermath of the recent crisis, in particular capital requirements and macro prudential regularions and suggests that they are in fact ont new regulatory provisions, but have been employed for some time with succeds and are thus not likely to shield developed countries for the financial instability caused by the failure of governance in developed country markets.
Keywords: economic system;  monetary policy;  governance;  financial institution;  regulation
Target Audience: Gestores e servidores públicos, pesquisadores da área de gestão pública.
metadata.dc.description.additional: ISSN eletrônico: 2357-8017
ISSN impresso: 0034-9240
URI: http://repositorio.enap.gov.br/handle/1/2404
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