By Pablo Iglesias-Rodriguez, Anna Triandafyllidou, Ruby Gropas
This overseas assortment experiences how the monetary difficulty of 2007 and the consequent fiscal and political crises in Europe and North the USA have prompted a means of swap within the box of economics, legislations and politics. individuals to this e-book argue that either elites and electorate have needed to reconsider the character of the marketplace, the function of the nation as a industry regulator and as a supplier of welfare, the position of political events in representing society’s major political and social cleavages, the function of civil society in voicing the worries of electorate, and the position of the citizen because the final resource of energy in a democracy but additionally as a essentially powerless topic in a world economy.
The publication experiences the actors, the components and the methods that experience carried ahead the switch and proposes the inspiration of ‘incomplete paradigm shift’ to examine this transformation. Its authors discover the a number of dimensions of paradigm shifts and their differentiated evolution, arguing that at the present time we witness an incomplete paradigm shift of monetary laws, financial versions and welfare platforms, yet a stillbirth of a brand new political and financial paradigm.
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Whereas these works contribute to the understanding the EU postcrisis financial services regulatory space, they fail to answer an important question: does the EU post-crisis financial services overhaul embrace a shift in paradigm from an industry-based to a civil society-based financial services governance? Answering this question requires an analysis, not only of the allocation of regulatory responsibilities between private and public actors but also of other direct and indirect mechanisms of potential financial industry influence in financial services policymaking that may be explicitly or implicitly encompassed by the EU policymaking architecture.
Rationale and Structure of the Book The financial downturn that started in 2008 and the economic, social and democratic crises that followed have generated a great deal of attention in different academic disciplines. Publications in this field can be classified along two main lines: those that try to explain the causes of the financial and economic crises and those that address the changes brought about by the crisis in different fields—such as the economy, the legal system, policy-making or social relations.
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After the Financial Crisis: Shifting Legal, Economic and Political Paradigms by Pablo Iglesias-Rodriguez, Anna Triandafyllidou, Ruby Gropas