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Renate Mayntz (ed.)
 
Negotiated Reform
The Multilevel Governance of Financial Regulation

 

Frankfurt a.M.: Campus, 2015
193 pages
ISBN 978-3-50551-0 | 34,90 Euro (paperback)
ISBN 978-3-593-43300-4 | 30,99 (eBook)
 

 

 

 

 

 

Abstract | Contents | Contributors


 

 

Abstract


 
Extensive literature already exists on the causes and development of the recent financial crisis and the political measures taken to manage it. This book brings together a group of renowned social scientists to focus on the interplay between international, European and national decision-making processes in the reform of financial market regulation. Are those states affected by the crisis adopting internationally negotiated regulations? Or are they instead determining the European and international reform agenda? Are the policies being agreed contributing to greater harmonization of financial regulation in a multilevel political system? Or is the process being dominated by differing national interests?
 

 

Contents


 
1  Introduction: Regulatory Reform in a Multilevel Action System
Renate Mayntz
 
2  The Governance Shift: From Multilateral IGOs to Orchestrated Networks
Lora Anne Viola
 
3  International Institutions in the Process of Financial Market Regulatory Reform
Renate Mayntz
 
4  Patchwork Pacesetter: The United States in the Multilevel Process of Financial Market Regulation
Peter J. Ryan and J. Nicholas Ziegler
 
5  The European Union and the Post-Crisis Multilevel Reform of Financial Regulation
Lucia Quaglia
 
6  The UK in the Multilevel Process of Financial Market Regulation: Global Pace-Setter or National Outlier?
Scott James
 
7  Germany in the Context of the Multilevel Reform Process
Roman Goldbach and Hubert Zimmermann
 
8  The Multilevel Dynamics of Regulatory Reform
Arthur Benz and Renate Mayntz
 

 

Contributors


 
Arthur Benz is Professor for Political Science at the Technische Universität Darmstadt.
 
Roman Goldbach is a political economist at Deutsche Bundesbank in the Department of Banking and Financial Supervision where he works on regulatory strategy and coordination in global banking regulation.
 
Scott James is Senior Lecturer in Political Economy, Department of Political Economy, King’s College London.
 
Renate Mayntz is Director emeritus at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne.
 
Lucia Quaglia is Professor of Political Science at the University of York.
 
Peter Ryan is Vice President, Federal Regulatory Affairs for Credit Suisse – Public Policy Americas. During the writing of this chapter he served as Senior Policy Analyst for the Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative of the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC).
 
Lora Anne Viola is Assistant Professor in the Politics Department of the John F. Kennedy Institute at the Freie Universität Berlin (FUB).
 
J. Nicholas Ziegler is Associate Professor in the Travers Department of Political Science, University of California.
 
Hubert Zimmermann is Professor for International Relations, Philipps-University Marburg.
 

 
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