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Quel role pour les controles des mouvements internationaux de capitaux ?

  • Jean-Pierre Allegret

Les annees quatre-vingt et quatre-vingt-dix sont marquees par un processus d’ouverture financiere internationale qui a d’abord touche les pays developpes avant d’atteindre les economies dites emergentes. Considerant les gains d’efficience lies a cette integration financiere, le Fonds Monetaire International fait desormais de la convertibilite du compte de capital un objectif central de son action. Or, la multiplication des crises monetaire et bancaire depuis la fin des annees quatre-vingt tend a remettre en cause le bien-fonde de cet objectif ultime de la mondialisation. Les institutions internationales ont repondu aux nouveaux defis de la globalisation financiere en proposant ce qu’il est convenu d’appeler aujourd’hui la nouvelle architecture du systeme financier international : transparence, responsabilisation et surveillance, ainsi que supervision en sont les piliers.

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Volume (Year): (2000)
Issue (Month): 81 ()
Pages: 77-108

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