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Vol 21 No 11 Nov/Dec 2016

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Paradiplomacy as a Diplomatic Broker: Between Separating Differences and Engaging Commonalities

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ISBN13: 9789004328129
Published: June 2016
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Paperback
Price: £60.00



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The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) was established in 1974 as an informal group of central bankers and bank supervisors with the mandate to formulate supervisory standards and guidelines. Although the Committee does not have any formal supranational authority, it is the de facto global banking regulator and its recommendations have been widely implemented by member and non-member states.

Maziar Peihani investigates the BCBS’s governance, operation, and policy outcomes to determine the extent to which it is and has been legitimate. The project is comprised of two parts. This part overviews the literature on the BCBS, outlines its contribution, and provides a primer on the Committee’s governance and functions. In addition, it engages with the current theories on legitimacy and discusses what legitimacy means for the global governance of banking and how it can be assessed.

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Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
Chapter 1. Introduction
Introduction
Overview of the Literature on the BCBS
Contribution of Project
Overview of Project

Chapter 2. An Exploration of Legitimacy: What Does It Mean for the Global Governance of Banking and How Can It Be Assessed?
Legitimacy: An Elusive Concept
Global Governance of Banking from the Lens of Global Administrative Law
Criteria for Assessment of Legitimacy
Conclusion

Chapter 3. A Primer on the BCBS History, Governance and Status in the International Financial Architecture
Introduction
The Historical Context for the BCBS’s Establishment
BCBS Governance
The BCBS and the International Financial Architecture
Revisiting the BCBS as a Transnational Regulatory Network
Conclusion

List of References