By Pablo Iglesias-Rodriguez, Anna Triandafyllidou, Ruby Gropas
This foreign assortment reports how the monetary concern of 2007 and the consequent fiscal and political crises in Europe and North the United States have prompted a means of switch within the box of economics, legislation and politics. individuals to this e-book argue that either elites and electorate have needed to reconsider the character of the industry, the position 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 function of the citizen because the final resource of strength in a democracy but in addition as a essentially powerless topic in an international economy.
The booklet reviews the actors, the components and the techniques that experience carried ahead the swap and proposes the concept of ‘incomplete paradigm shift’ to examine this modification. Its authors discover the a number of dimensions of paradigm shifts and their differentiated evolution, arguing that this present day we witness an incomplete paradigm shift of economic laws, fiscal versions and welfare platforms, yet a stillbirth of a brand new political and monetary paradigm.
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2 Paradigm Shift in Financial-Sector Policymaking Models ... 29 The rest of the chapter will proceed as follows: the next section addresses direct mechanisms of stakeholder participation in financial services policymaking processes, with a focus on the European Commission Expert Groups and the Stakeholder Groups of the ESAs. The chapter then tackles the topical phenomenon of revolving doors, which may create avenues for the industry’s shaping of financial services policies. The concluding section summarises the main findings of this chapter and provides some insights in regards to the role that organised civil society may play as a driver of change towards a more inclusive financial services policy framework.
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After the Financial Crisis: Shifting Legal, Economic and Political Paradigms by Pablo Iglesias-Rodriguez, Anna Triandafyllidou, Ruby Gropas