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Nwogugu Geopolitical Risk, Sustainability and "Cross-Border Spillovers" in Emerging Markets, Volume II



Constitutional Political Economy, Labor Regulation and Preferences

1. Auflage 2021, 465 Seiten, Gebunden, Book, Format (B × H): 148 mm x 210 mm
ISBN: 978-3-030-71418-5
Verlag: Springer, Berlin


Nwogugu Geopolitical Risk, Sustainability and "Cross-Border Spillovers" in Emerging Markets, Volume II

Many emerging market countries are bank-based economies and are increasingly affected by geopolitical risks, U.S. dollar dynamics, regulations, preferential trade agreements (PTAs), MNCs (that often function like international organizations), social networks, labor dynamics, cross-border spillovers and the inefficient expansion of formal/informal microfinance. Country risks, informal economies (that account for 20-50 percent of the national economy of many emerging market countries), investor protection, enforcement commitment, compliance costs, sustainability (environmental, social, economic and political sustainability), economic growth, political stability, financial stability, geopolitical risk, social networks, household economics, inequality and international trade outcomes can vary dramatically across many DECs and LDECs due to these phenomena. The COVID-19 pandemic has illustrated the many problems inherent in political systems, economic policy and governments’ emergency powers during pandemics/epidemics and economic/financial crisis.
This second volume focuses on geopolitical risks that are intertwined with constitutional political economy and labor issues, alongside addressing some of the financial and constitutional crises that occurred in Europe, Asia and the U.S. during 2007-2020. This book provides analysis of complex systems and the preferences and reasoning of state/government and corporate actors in order to develop better artificial intelligence and decision-system models of geopolitical risk, public policy and international capital flows, all of which are increasingly important decision factors for investment managers, boards-of-directors and government officials.

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Chapter 1. Introduction.- Chapter-2. Sustainable Growth, Financial Stability and the Failure/Un-Constitutionality of the Dodd-Frank Act (USA) (and Similar Statutes in Other Countries).- Chapter-3. Economic Psychology, Geopolitical Risk and the Un-Constitutionality of Credit Rating Agencies, Ratings-Opinions and Government Bail-Outs/Bail-Ins.- Chapter-4: Complex Systems, International Constitutional Political Economy and Sustainability Issues Inherent in Accounting and Derivatives Standards-Setting.- Chapter-5: The Un-Constitutionality of Sarbanes-Oxley Act (USA), and the Pcaob (USA) and Similar Institutions.- Chapter-6: Complex Systems, Pandemics and the Welfare-State, Part-1: Constitutional Political Economy and International Market-Integration Issues.- Chapter-7: Complex Systems, Pandemics and the Welfare-State, Part-2: Constitutional Political Economy, Compliance and "Constitutional Contagion" Issues.


Nwogugu, Michael I. C.
Michael I. C. Nwogugu is an author, serial entrepreneur and consultant who has held senior management, Board of Director and Advisory Board Member positions in companies in the U.S., Barbados, France, India and Nigeria. Mr. Nwogugu has written eight books: Risk In the Global Real Estate Market (2012); Illegal File-sharing Networks, Digital Goods Pricing And Decision Analysis (2016); Anomalies In Net Present Value, Returns And Polynomials; And Regret Theory In Decision-Making (2017); Indices, Index Funds And ETFs - Exploring HCI, Nonlinear Risk And Homomorphisms (2019); Complex Systems, Multi-Sided Incentives And Risk Perception In Organizations (2019); Earnings Management, Fintech-Driven Incentives and Sustainable Growth: On Complex Systems, Legal and Mechanism Design Factors (2020) and Complex Systems and Sustainability in the Global Auditing, Consulting, and Credit Rating Agency Industries (2021). Mr. Nwogugu's research articles have been cited in more than 20 top science journals. Mr. Nwogugu earned degrees from the University of Nigeria (Nigeria); City College of New York (USA); and Columbia University's Graduate Business School (USA).


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