Capital Ideas: The IMF and the Rise of Financial Liberalization

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Index
Abdelal, Rawi, 8, 56, 186, 191
Acheson, Dean, 108
Adams, Charles, 235
adaptation, 11, 13, 15–16, 51–52, 121–22, 130; as process of normative change, 48, 51–55. See also organizational adaptation
adaptive expectations, 73
Adler, Emanuel, 15
administrative recruitment, 11–13, 15–16, 23–24, 48, 58–59, 147, 160–65, 185; as process of normative change, 48–51
AER (American Economic Review), 88
AFR (African Department), 165
Agenor, Pierre-Richard, 45–46
agent-centered approach, 14
AIG (American International Group), 260
APD (Asia and Pacific Department), 35, 163–64, 169–70, 211, 219
Argentina, 168, 253, 282
Argyris, Chris, 52
Asian crisis, 57; and desirability of capital freedom, 20–21; and failure of capital account liberalization amendment, 187, 202–5; and hedge funds, 234–35; Keynesian view of, 212–14; neoliberal view of, 206; and reconsideration of capital freedom, 205–23; rooted in policy and institutional failures, 206–9
Asian development model, 206
Australia, 240–41
autonomous self-fulfilling expectations, as cause of Asian crisis, 209, 212–13Babb, Sarah, 41
Baker, James, 149
Baker Plan (1985), 148
balance-of-payments: adjustment, 19, 62, 62n2, 131; crisis (early postwar European), 112; deficit, 123; equilibrium, 115–16; U.S. position on, 122
banking facilities, short-term, 129
banking system, government recapitalization of, 259
Barnett, Michael, 10–11, 36, 58
Basel I Accord, 233
Basel II (New Basel Capital Accord), 233; future of, 271–72
Bayesian updating, 54–55
BCBS (Basel Committee on Banking Supervision), 233, 272, 279, 287
Bear Stearns, 260, 269, 271
Belgium, 116
belief structure, and professional training, 87, 103
Bernanke, Ben, 274–76, 279
Berner, Thomas, 200
Bernstein, Edward, 132
Best, Jacqueline, 18, 42, 73, 75, 80, 248
Bhagwati, Jagdish, 8, 25, 46, 213–14
bias, hypothesis-confirming, 46
BIBF (Bangkok International Bank Facility), 169–70
big-bang approach, 20–21, 55, 147, 163– 64, 172; ascendancy of, 170–76; lingering support for, 195, 204; loss of support
for, 187, 215–17, 224–25
big-bang supporters, 2, 13–14, 162, 167–86
BIS (Bank for International Settlements), 125
Blanchard, Olivier, 276–77
Bloomfield, Arthur, 69–70
Blyth, Mark, 13
Boorman, Jack, 189–90, 192, 198, 204
Bordo, Michael, 71n42, 72
Boughton, James, 115, 130, 162, 242
Bradford and Bingley, 260
Brady Plan (March 1989), 148, 153, 189
Brazil, 181, 287
Bretton Woods, 18, 64, 111, 118, 128, 133, 190; and drafting of IMF Articles of Agreement, 106; exchange rate system, 109, 121, 138–39
Britain: nationalization of Northern Rock, 259; and subprime crisis, 292
British officials, and supply-side regulation, 240–41
Brown, Gordon, 264, 267, 277
budget, maximization of, 30
Buiter, Willem, 281

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