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The Resource Globalisation, hegemony and the future of the City of London, Leila Simona Talani

Globalisation, hegemony and the future of the City of London, Leila Simona Talani

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Globalisation, hegemony and the future of the City of London
Title
Globalisation, hegemony and the future of the City of London
Statement of responsibility
Leila Simona Talani
Title variation
Globalization, hegemony and the future of the City of London
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Talani, Leila Simona
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • London (England)
  • Capitalism
  • Capitalism
  • Hegemony
  • Finance
  • Globalization
  • Great Britain
  • Great Britain
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Globalisation, hegemony and the future of the City of London, Leila Simona Talani
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-242) and index
Contents
1. British "Exceptionalism" and the City of London -- Introduction -- British "exceptionalism": the origins of the debate -- The historical origins of hegemony -- The City-Industry divide from an historical perspective -- What is the City of London? -- Conclusion -- 2. The City of London and British Economic Policies: 1960s to 1980s -- The City's revival: commercial practices and parallel markets in the 1960s and 1970s -- Monetarism and the City's dominant position during the 1980s -- The City's reactions to the end of Thatcher's monetarism in the late 1980s -- 1986-1987: the City Revolution -- After the Revolution: the City's concerns at the end of the 1980s -- Conclusion -- 3. The City of London and the Process of European Monetary Integration -- Introduction -- The City's competitiveness and British entry into the ERM -- The Intergovernmental Conference on EMU: a view from the City of London -- The departure of the pound from the ERM -- After Maastricht: the City's concerns over the position of the pound within the ERM -- How did the markets and the British Government react to the criticisms to the ERM? -- After Black Wednesday: the City's and the British Government's responses to the crisis of the ERM -- Why did the UK not join the EMU? -- Conclusion -- 4. Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on the City of London: The End of Hegemony? -- Introduction -- What happened? The global financial crisis -- The case for the UK to join the EMU at the onset of the global financial crisis -- The impact of the global financial crisis on the City of London -- Toward a European or a global regulatory regime? -- Conclusion -- 5. Globalization and the Future of the City of London: Enduring Hegemony -- Globalization and the nation state: approaches in competition -- Realism: the centrality of the nation state -- Institutionalism: the transformation of the nation state -- Transnationalism: the subordination of the nation state -- Globalization and the City of London -- Quantitative definition: the macro analysis. The inconsistent quartet and how the City gains from it -- Quantitative definition: the micro-dimension. Domestic politics and interest group analysis: Who wins and who loses from financial globalization? -- Qualitative definition: everything changes so that nothing will change? -- Conclusion: the City's hegemony continues! -- 6. Dirty City: Money Laundering and the City of London -- How does financial globalization facilitate money laundering? -- Money laundering in the UK and in the City of London -- Anti-money laundering regulation -- The UK record in the implementation of AMLR -- The position of the City of London toward AMLR -- Conclusion
Control code
ocn729342479
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 250 p.
Isbn
9780230280205
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2011031567
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)729342479
Label
Globalisation, hegemony and the future of the City of London, Leila Simona Talani
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 209-242) and index
Contents
1. British "Exceptionalism" and the City of London -- Introduction -- British "exceptionalism": the origins of the debate -- The historical origins of hegemony -- The City-Industry divide from an historical perspective -- What is the City of London? -- Conclusion -- 2. The City of London and British Economic Policies: 1960s to 1980s -- The City's revival: commercial practices and parallel markets in the 1960s and 1970s -- Monetarism and the City's dominant position during the 1980s -- The City's reactions to the end of Thatcher's monetarism in the late 1980s -- 1986-1987: the City Revolution -- After the Revolution: the City's concerns at the end of the 1980s -- Conclusion -- 3. The City of London and the Process of European Monetary Integration -- Introduction -- The City's competitiveness and British entry into the ERM -- The Intergovernmental Conference on EMU: a view from the City of London -- The departure of the pound from the ERM -- After Maastricht: the City's concerns over the position of the pound within the ERM -- How did the markets and the British Government react to the criticisms to the ERM? -- After Black Wednesday: the City's and the British Government's responses to the crisis of the ERM -- Why did the UK not join the EMU? -- Conclusion -- 4. Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on the City of London: The End of Hegemony? -- Introduction -- What happened? The global financial crisis -- The case for the UK to join the EMU at the onset of the global financial crisis -- The impact of the global financial crisis on the City of London -- Toward a European or a global regulatory regime? -- Conclusion -- 5. Globalization and the Future of the City of London: Enduring Hegemony -- Globalization and the nation state: approaches in competition -- Realism: the centrality of the nation state -- Institutionalism: the transformation of the nation state -- Transnationalism: the subordination of the nation state -- Globalization and the City of London -- Quantitative definition: the macro analysis. The inconsistent quartet and how the City gains from it -- Quantitative definition: the micro-dimension. Domestic politics and interest group analysis: Who wins and who loses from financial globalization? -- Qualitative definition: everything changes so that nothing will change? -- Conclusion: the City's hegemony continues! -- 6. Dirty City: Money Laundering and the City of London -- How does financial globalization facilitate money laundering? -- Money laundering in the UK and in the City of London -- Anti-money laundering regulation -- The UK record in the implementation of AMLR -- The position of the City of London toward AMLR -- Conclusion
Control code
ocn729342479
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xi, 250 p.
Isbn
9780230280205
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2011031567
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)729342479

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