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Key principles develop key concepts. Write a discussion for the following key concept. In doing so, be certain your explanation includes content from the required readings and the lecture notes. Each discussion should be no less than 400 words (double spaced in 12-point Times New Roman font). Be certain to address each of the components from the topic.
1.) Action Areas for International Finance
Developed over half a century ago, the event study is a research method that continues to gain popularity and acceptance as an important tool in the field of finance. In recent years, event studies have evaluated the impact of corporate, regulatory changes, and macroeconomic shocks on stock prices for a single country (usually the U.S.). In the context of action areas for international finance, first, discuss, how diversity, equity and inclusion are correlated with business performance and have a basis in human rights. Then, discuss the reason that efforts in this area do not seem to result in better representation that contributes to equity in society. Next, discuss how the increasing number of global events (e.g., COVID-19 pandemic, Brexit, and the Paris and Trans-Pacific Partnership agreements) have impacted corporate initiatives (e.g., mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt issuance, dividends and repurchases, corporate restructuring), regulatory changes (e.g., board reform, compensation, changes in taxation, workplace safety), and how advocacy networks socialize international financial institutions. Lastly, address in your discussion the IMF adopted discourse linking macroeconomic stability and gender inequality, and how this has resulted in international economic regulation consisting of written rules and the practices and ideas of economic actors. Your answer should rely heavily from the text from Week 7 (Ghoul and Park) and Week 12 (Villard-Duran).
2.) International Monetary Integration
Despite a varied picture in terms of their relative economic strength, Developing and Emerging Economies (DEEs) remain in a subordinate position in the global monetary and financial system. International financial subordination (IFS) channels research efforts towards cumulative theory – building. IFS is about unearthing why the structural power of finance takes a particularly violent form of expression in DEEs. First, discuss how a critical synthesis of three heterodox traditions—dependency theory, post-Keynesian economics, and Marxism better ground these efforts in processes of accumulation and the histories of the relation between finance and (post)colonial development. Then, discuss how a pluri-disciplinary research agenda organized around six analytical axes: the historical analysis of financial relations, the relations between financial and productive subordinations; the constitutive role of monetary relations as expressions of power; the role of the state; the actions and practices of non-state actors; and, the spatial relations of financial subordination impact monetary policy both in the short-run and long-run. Lastly, give one example from a recent news article. Your answer should rely heavily from the text from Week 12 (Alami and Twinoburyo).
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