New paper addresses legal analyses of monetary policy

February 8, 2017

A new paper by M. F. de Castro, which discusses legal analyses of monetary policy and its cross-border impacts, was recently published. The title of the paper is: “Monetary impacts and currency wars: a blind spot in the discourse about Transnational Legal Orders” (Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional 60(1): e006, 2017).


The paper focuses on the so-called “currency war” decried by the Brazilian government in 2010-2013 and takes it as an opportunity to describe some limitations of the international law approach called the Theory of Transnational Legal Orders (or TLO theory) with respect to its ability to adequately address cross-border monetary impacts.

The abstract of the paper is as follows:

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