Capital Account Regulations for Stability and Development: A New Approach

New Rules Spotlight on a New Report Capital Account Regulations for Stability and Development: A New Approach By Kevin P. Gallagher, Stephany Griffith-Jones and José Antonio Ocampo November 2011 In the wake of the financial crisis numerous emerging market and developing countries have been deploying what have traditionally been referred …

Two years after the Stiglitz-Sen-Fitoussi report, What Well Being and Sustainability Measures

Ethical Markets Correspondent Lisa Cowan attends the conference “Two years after the Stiglitz-Sen-Fitoussi report, What Well Being and Sustainability Measures,” held at the OECD, Paris on 12th October 2011. I attended this event with great interest; my hope was to witness the beginnings of a shift towards a new paradigm …

Tell Cameron To Back A Robin Hood Tax At The G20

We at Ethical Markets support a global Financial Transactions Tax of  less than  1% to curb high-frequency computerized trading, protect genuine investors and raise needed public funds. Hazel Henderson, Editor In one week, David Cameron will travel to meet world leaders at the G20 Summit in Cannes.  At this meeting, French …

G20 Finance Ministers Fall Flat on Jobs, Disappoint on Financial Reform

INTERNATIONAL TRADE UNION CONFEDERATION ITUC OnLine 046/210211 G20 Finance Ministers Fall Flat on Jobs, Disappoint on Financial Reform Brussels, 21 February 2011 (ITUC OnLine): The international trade union movement has sharply criticised the failure of last week?s meeting of G20 Finance Ministers to focus on the global employment crisis. ?The …