The Great Financial Plumbing

Author: Karel Lannoo
Publisher: Ctr for European Policy Studies
ISBN: 9781783484287
Format: PDF, ePub
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The financial crisis has led to a far-reaching redesign of the European regulatory and supervisory framework for financial markets. This book provides students and professionals with a lucid guide to the new regulations and the policy context that led to the changes.

Public Banks in the Age of Financialization

Author: Christoph Scherrer
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1786430665
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This book asks the important question of whether public banks are a better alternative to profit-seeking private banks. Do public banks provide finance for development? Do they serve as stability anchors in financial markets? What kind of governance keeps public banks accountable to the public? Theoretically the book draws on the works of Minsky for the question on stability and on interpretative policy analysis for the issue of governance. It compares empirically three countries with significant public banks: Brazil, Germany, and India.

After Brexit

Author: Nazaré da Costa Cabral
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319666703
Format: PDF, ePub
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This topical and important book identifies the short to medium-term economic, financial and social consequences of Brexit. Containing perspectives from leading thinkers across legal, economic and financial fields, it considers both the general effect of UK withdrawal on the European integration process, and the specific impact on the free movement of capital, goods and people. Addressing the main areas within both the UK and the EU that can and will be affected by Brexit, including the financial sector, immigration, social rights and social security, After Brexit: Consequences for the European Union will make fascinating reading for all those currently engaged in the study and practice of Law, Economics, Finance, Political Science, Philosophy, History and International Affairs.

The Political Economy of Monetary Solidarity

Author: Waltraud Schelkle
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198717938
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The book explains how a currency union of very different member states can work and does work. This should be of interest not only to readers interested in Europe but also in the United States, as the monetary-financial history of the US reveals striking parallels with the stability problems that characterize the euro area today. There are also contemporary parallels between the two currency unions, including the limited efficacy of migration as a mechanism forregional adjustment and the insurance provided by cross-border payments mechanisms against sudden stops of trade finance. This book provides a new perspective that is up-to-date with the latestrethinking of economic and financial integration.

Banking Union as a Shock Absorber

Author: Ansgar Belke
Publisher: Centre for European Policy Studies
ISBN: 9781783485949
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This study investigates the shock-absorbing properties of a banking union. It makes a detailed comparison between the way in which banking unions have absorbed regional financial shock at the federal level in the USA, but have led to severe regional (national) financial dislocation and tensions in Europe, particularly within the Eurozone.

Financial Boom and Gloom

Author: D. Chorafas
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230235832
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The credit and banking crisis which hit the western world in 2007/2008 has and will continue to have far-reaching after-effects. At their core are Collateralized Debt Obligations (CDOs) and Credit Default Swaos (CDSs), the main themes of this book.

Greek Endgame

Author: Nicos Christodoulakis
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781783485239
Format: PDF
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Written by a former Greek Minister of Finance, this book analyses the past present and future for the Greek Crisis.

The Ascent of Money

Author: Niall Ferguson
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781594201929
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Chronicles the evolution of finance from its origins in Mesopotamia to the modern world's most recent upheavals, covering such topics as the stock market bubble that prompted the French Revolution and the theories behind common investment vehicles.

The Virgin Banker

Author: Jayne-Anne Gadhia
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1473551870
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Jayne-Anne Gadhia, the straight-talking CEO of Virgin Money, looks back at the events that have influenced, shaped and inspired her to become one of the most powerful women in banking. With anecdotes from her life before becoming a banker, including beating the bullies and experiencing racism as part of a mixed race marriage, through to building a business from scratch, working at RBS under Fred Goodwin just before the financial crash, and steering Virgin Money to become a listed business, breaking boundaries along the way, professionally and personally. Jayne-Anne shines a light on issues surrounding the role of women in banking and the alpha-male dinosaurs that dominate the industry. She draws on the relationships and deals that have shaped her career so far, including her personal experience with mental health issues, which has helped her attitude and approach to both her business and personal life. This is not a conventional biography, nor a ‘how to do it’ business book. It is a candid, fresh and fascinating insight into being a woman in business, the financial crisis and the way in which business can be conducted as a force for good.

Lost Decades

Author: Menzie D. Chinn
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393076504
Format: PDF
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Two economists explore the 2008 financial crisis, the events leading up to it and the potential long-term effects and describe what they believe will be the ongoing impact on debt and recovery in the United States. 13,000 first printing.