This is the material for a 4-part on-line course on global financial governance offered by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR). The course, which is offered over 4 weeks, is designed to help participants understand international financial governance and the challenges that it faces. Second, it seeks to aid participants in assessing both the impact the current arrangements for international financial governance have on their countries and regions and the options they may have in responding to the challenges this creates for them. The first module provides a general framework for understanding international financial governance. The second module focuses on the institutional arrangements for global financial governance. The third module concentrates on the functions of global financial governance. The final modules considers both current efforts at reforming the existing arrangements for international financial governance.
Bradlow, Daniel David, Materials for a 4-Part On-Line Course on Global Financial Governance Offered by United Nations Institute on Training and Research (UNITAR) (Fall 2009). UNITAR, On-Line Training Courses in Public Finance and Trade, 2009