Book notes: The political economy of bank regulation in developing countries, edited by Emily Jones

The political economy of bank regulation in developing countries: risk & reputation, edited by Emily Jones

Emily Jones (ed), The political economy of bank regulation in developing countries: risk and reputation, Oxford University Press, 2020, 416 pages

This book deserves a recommendation for at least four reasons.

The first is because the analysis of banking regulation in peripheral countries excluded from global financial governance has not yet been thoroughly researched. The book is the product of a four-year collaboration between 14 authors representing diverse backgrounds, starting from

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