Seminar "Multilateralismus" Sommer 2019  

Seminar "Multilateralismus"

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Gunther Schnabl
Tutor: Taiki Murai
26.04.2019 - 27.04.2019
To be graded: Term paper (guidelines)
Topic subscription: 03.04.2019. Please write an email with your three preferred topics to murai(at)
Submission deadline for term paper: 21.06.2019 until 23:59 per email to murai(at) 28.06.2019 until 11:00 in printed format at Room I 239 (Kathrin Mazny).

This seminar is in line with the conference Dialogseminar 2019„Krise des Multilateralismus - Welt ohne Ordnung“ at Ausbildungszentrum Deutsche Bundesbank in Eltville (26.04.2019 - 27.04.2019). Please bear in mind that attendance of the conference is obligatory.

Seminar Topics

1.The Troika’s Economic Policy and the Greek CrisisMurai
2.Does Europe Need a European Monetary Fund?Murai
3.Does the IMF Serve US Economic Interests?Murai
4.Is the Conditionality of IMF Credit Useful?Murai
5.International Economic Policy Coordination: Were Plaza Agreement and Louvre Accord Successful?Murai
6.The Political Economy of Japan’s ADB and China’s AIIBMurai
7.Will China Challenge the Hegemony of the US?Murai
8.Can the BRICS Challenge the Hegemony of the US?Murai
9.Could the World Bank Stimulate Growth in Developing Countries?Murai
10.Does the World Trade Organization Stimulate World Trade?Murai
11.The Fiscal Discipline in European Monetary Policy and the European Monetary FundMurai
12.What Determines the IMF's Credit Conditionality?Murai
13.The World Bank and the Washington ConsensusMurai
14.The Political Economy of the OECD's Policy RecommendationsMurai
15.Is the Fiscal Union the Solution for the Euro?Murai
16.Whose interests does the ECB serve?Murai
17.Does the BIS's Basel Capital Requirements Stabilize the Global Financial System?Murai
18.Boeing and Airbus Case and the World Trade OrganizationMurai



letzte Änderung: 20.06.2019