, Volume 86, Number 3

Avinash Persaud
This article challenges the dichotomy of more global versus more local. It argues that financial internationalism-greater cooperation by nations for the benefit of all-is better served by institutions that help to integrate diverse systems than those which try to enforce one-size-fits-all approach to very different economies.

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