Governance Regulation and Compliance
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  Accounting For The Rise And Fall Of Nations By Valentina Pasquali It has inspired works of art, including poetry, paintings and woodcarvings; made and destroyed immense fortunes, from the De Medici's in Renaissance Florence to Philip II's in 16th...
Corporate tax evasion is like the weather: Everyone complains about it, but what is being done and what does it mean for corporations? By JR Brandstrader Corporate tax evasion is like the weather: Everyone complains about it, but what is being don...
The computer giant’s tax battle in New Delhi sounds like something straight out of a Dickens novel By Ronald Fink IBM in India: Kind of Blue (Bangalore photo: Vinoo202) IBM's ongoing tussle with Indian authorities shows once aga...
Getting the job was tough; doing it won’t be any easier. ByDavid Lipkin Finally, a new boss at the Bank of Israel (Photo: Ester Inbar) The nearly four-month-long search to find a new governor for the Bank of Israel—more a comedy of errors t...
A 2012 interview with the new Bank of Israel Governor, Karnit Flug -- back when she was deputy governor of the central bank. rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen> An interview with Karnit Flug in 2012, back when she was deputy governor of Bank of I...
IMF/World Bank Meetings Seminar: Wednesday, October 9, 10:00 am. In response to the 2008–09 global financial crisis, advanced economies have conducted a variety of unconventional monetary policies. This seminar aims to discuss a range of topical ques...
IMF/World Bank Meetings Seminar: Wednesday, October 9, 2:00 pm: Emerging markets have played an important role on the global economic stage. More recently, a second group of countries—the Frontier economies—are receiving increased attention. There ...
IMF/World Bank Meetings Seminar, Thursday, October 10, 4:00 pm: Five years after the peak of the Great Recession, growth remains anemic across most of Europe and unemployment has reached high levels in all countries but a few. As the risk of renewed crisis is re...
  The Billionaire's Apprentice: The Rise of the Indian-American Elite and the Fall of the Galleon Hedge Fund raises more questions than it answers. By Udayan Gupta In a recent interview at the Asia Society, Anita Raghavan, author of the recent...
  Banks have long argued that the more capital they are required to hold, the less capital they will have to lend. But critics argue that a bank’s capital position weighs very little in decisions to lend, and better-capitalized banks are actually b...