WorldCat Identities

Landau, Jean-Pierre

Overview
Works: 10 works in 43 publications in 4 languages and 918 library holdings
Roles: Director, Author, Opponent
Classifications: HC240, 332.042094
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Most widely held works about Jean-Pierre Landau
 
Most widely held works by Jean-Pierre Landau
The euro and the battle of ideas by Markus Konrad Brunnermeier( Book )

17 editions published between 2016 and 2018 in English and held by 640 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Why is Europe's great monetary endeavor, the Euro, in trouble? A string of economic difficulties in Greece, Ireland, Spain, Italy, and other Eurozone nations has left observers wondering whether the currency union can survive. In this book, Markus Brunnermeier, Harold James, and Jean-Pierre Landau argue that the core problem with the Euro lies in the philosophical differences between the founding countries of the Eurozone, particularly Germany and France. But the authors also show how these seemingly incompatible differences can be reconciled to ensure Europe's survival. As the authors demonstrate, Germany, a federal state with strong regional governments, saw the Maastricht Treaty, the framework for the Euro, as a set of rules. France, on the other hand, with a more centralized system of government, saw the framework as flexible, to be overseen by governments. The authors discuss how the troubles faced by the Euro have led its member states to focus on national, as opposed to collective, responses, a reaction explained by the resurgence of the battle of economic ideas: rules vs. discretion, liability vs. solidarity, solvency vs. liquidity, austerity vs. stimulus. Weaving together economic analysis and historical reflection, The Euro and the Battle of Ideas provides a forensic investigation and a road map for Europe's future." ; Publisher's description
Euro : der Kampf der Wirtschaftskulturen by Markus Konrad Brunnermeier( )

7 editions published between 2017 and 2018 in German and held by 198 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Etliche Beobachter sind der Ansicht, dass der Euro die aktuelle Krise nicht überleben wird. Anders die Ökonomen Markus Brunnermeier und Jean-Pierre Landau, ein Deutscher und ein Franzose, sowie der britische Wirtschaftshistoriker Harold James. Sie sehen ein Kernproblem des Euro in den unterschiedlichen Wirtschaftskulturen der Euroländer, insbesondere Deutschlands und Frankreichs, die es zu überwinden gilt. Seit der Eurokrise setzen die Mitgliedsländer wieder auf nationale Lösungen, statt gemeinsame Antworten auf die europäischen Probleme zu suchen. Der Kampf der Wirtschaftskulturen ist entbrannt. Während das föderal geprägte Deutschland in der Fiskalpolitik auf starren Regeln beharrt, verlangt das zentralistische Frankreich Stimulusprogramme und eine flexible Handhabung, die den Regierungen Ermessensspielräume lässt. Für die Deutschen sind Finanzierungsengpässe vorwiegend auf Insolvenzprobleme zurückzuführen, die struktureller Reformen bedürfen, wogegen die Franzosen sie als temporäre Liquiditätsprobleme ansehen, die mit einer staatlichen Überbrückungsfinanzierung zu bewältigen sind. Dieses Buch plädiert für die Überwindung dieser Frontstellungen zugunsten einer gemeinsamen europäischen Wirtschaftskultur. Es verbindet ökonomische Analyse und ideengeschichtliche Reflexion und entwirft einen Fahrplan für Europas Zukunft
Les nouvelles contributions financières internationales : rapport au président de la République by France( Book )

7 editions published in 2004 in French and held by 50 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

El euro y la batalla de las ideas by Ramón González Férriz( )

3 editions published in 2017 in Spanish and English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Durante buena parte de los años de la crisis, los graves problemas económicos en Grecia, Irlanda, España, Italia y otros países hicieron que la existencia del euro pareciera inmanejable. Y, de hecho, muchos pensaron que éste no iba a sobrevivir como moneda única, al menos no en toda la eurozona. Hubo incluso quien se preguntó si su concepción había sido una buena idea. Porque los principales problemas del euro, como explica admirablemente este libro, radican en las profundas diferencias que existen entre las ideas económicas y filosóficas de los dos países centrales de la Unión, Alemania y Francia. El primero es un Estado federal con fuertes gobiernos regionales que está acostumbrado a entender los textos legales, en este caso el Tratado de Maastricht, como una serie de normas rígidas; a imponer la responsabilidad individual por encima de otros argumentos y a percibir las deudas desmedidas como una señal de irresponsabilidad. Francia es un país muy centralizado donde, en cambio, los textos de carácter legal son asimilados con más flexibilidad y están sujetos a interpretación según los intereses del momento; se considera la solidaridad con quien tiene problemas un deber gubernamental y que los grandes déficits son inevitables en momentos de shock. Con una combinación de talento narrativo, mirada histórica y sagacidad filosófica, El euro y la batalla de las ideas explica de manera convincente las razones subyacentes en la gran crisis del euro, cómo ésta se fue desarrollando de manera vertiginosa y, finalmente, expone la necesidad de que los europeos seamos capaces de escoger lo mejor del pensamiento francés y alemán para fusionarlo y mantener en pie al euro y a Europa
Direction d'études d'économie by Jean-Pierre Landau( Book )

3 editions published between 1984 and 1988 in French and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Rapport sur l'Accord multilatéral sur l'investissement, AMI by Catherine Lalumière( )

in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Essais sur la liquidité, la banque centrale et ses actions en dernier ressort by Anne-Marie Rieu-Foucault( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Cette thèse comprend trois essais sur le futur des banques centrales et sur la manière dont elles doivent réguler la liquidité. Réguler la liquidité pour le futur, nécessite pour les banques centrales, de justifier et de concevoir une politique de la liquidité. Cette politique de la liquidité existe de fait sous la forme des mesures non conventionnelles mais n'est pas formalisée. L'apport de cette thèse est de proposer une conceptualisation de la politique de la liquidité, comme élément marquant du futur des banques centrales et comme fondation théorique des rôles en dernier ressort des banques centrales. La thèse montrera qu'il s'agit en fait d'une politique des liquidités du fait de l'existence de différents types de liquidités. Elle l'illustrera par la proposition d'un modèle théorique et mettra en relation théorie et pratique des liquidités. La thèse traite le rôle de la banque centrale sur la liquidité tout d'abord sous la forme d'un preneur de risque en dernier ressort puis ensuite sous la forme d'un agent central agissant sur les différentes formes de liquidité. Les deux premiers essais couvrent la problématique de la banque centrale, preneur de risque en dernier ressort, sous un aspect positif dans le premier essai puis sous un aspect normatif dans le deuxième. Le dernier essai intègre le concept de preneur de risque en dernier ressort dans un ensemble plus large d'actions de la banque centrale, couvrant les différentes formes de liquidité
The changing geography of finance and regulation in Europe by Lachlan Burn( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Global liquidity - concept, measurement and policy implications : report submitted by an Ad-hoc Group established by the Committee on the Global Financial System ; the group was chaired by Jean-Pierre Landau, Bank of France( Book )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This report analyses global liquidity from a financial stability perspective, using two distinct liquidity concepts. One is official liquidity, which can be used to settle claims through monetary authorities and is ultimately provided by central banks. The other concept is private (or private sector) liquidity, which is created to a large degree through crossborder operations of banks and other financial institutions. Understanding the determinants of private liquidity is of particular importance. As many financial institutions provide liquidity both domestically and in other countries, globally, private liquidity is linked to the dynamics of gross international capital flows, including crossborder banking or portfolio movements. This international component of liquidity can be a potential source of instability because of its own dynamics or because it amplifies cyclical movements in domestic financial conditions and intensifies domestic imbalances. Policy responses to global liquidity call for a consistent framework that considers all phases of global liquidity cycles, countering both surges and shortages. Measures to prevent unsustainable booms in private liquidity are linked with micro and macroprudential policies as well as the financial reform agenda. Countryspecific or regional liquidity shocks, in turn, may effectively be addressed through selfinsurance in the form of precautionary foreign exchange reserves holdings and existing arrangements which essentially redistribute liquidity. However, truly global liquidity shocks necessitate direct interventions in amounts large enough to break downward liquidity spirals. Only central banks have this ability
 
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Alternative Names
Landau, Jean Pierre 1946-

Languages
English (20)

French (14)

German (7)

Spanish (2)