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Preface vii List of Acronyms ix Part I: The Institutionalization of Global Finance 1 Introduction: Why Study Global Finance? 3 2 Debates and Controversies in the Conceptualization of Global Finance 12 3 The Emerging Regime for Regulating Global Finance 31 Part II: Sectoral Developments 4 International Banking 49 5 The Governance of Global Securities and Derivatives Markets 67 6 Foreign Direct Investment 85 Part III: New Actors and New Frontiers in Global Finance 7 Business Institutions and Private-Sector Norms 103 8 Developing and Transition Countries 117 9 Non-Governmental Organizations and Global Civil Society 138 Part IV: Democracy and Politics in the Governance of Global Finance 10 Gender and the Globalization of Finance 155 11 Risk Politics and Financial Crises 174 12 Democracy and Legitimacy in the Governance of Global Finance 187 Notes 203 References 209 Index 225Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: International finance, Financial institutions, International