Hardbound. This book brings together a collection of studies intended to touch upon, and advance the understanding of, the changing role of trade and foreign direct investment in a globalizing economy, and how the economies of the nation state, and the economic policies of national governments, are becoming increasingly intertwined.
Hardbound. As Europe prepares for the introduction of a common currency, financial market players are moving to adapt to a new environment in which financial markets and institutions will be much more open to cross-border competition.
U.S. securities firms are the most competitive in the world and are now facing challenges posed by the internationalization of securities markets. Struggle and Survival on Wall Street provides a comprehensive economic analysis of competition among securities firms.
First published in 1972, IInside the Yield Book revolutionized the fixed income industry and forever altered the way investors looked at bonds. Over thirty years later, it remains a standard primer and reference among market professionals.
This is a remarkable book, engrossing and exceptionally well organized. The argument is clear, elegant, and subtle. My guess is that Banking on Privilege will quickly earn a place as one of the standards of comparative political economy.--Peter McDonough, Arizona State University This wonderfully researched study of the mutual accommodation between private and central bankers in Spain offers a compelling alternative to state and market-driven conceptions of financial regulation and reform.
1915. Mr. Forbes states that these articles were written amid the hurly-burly of a busy newspaper office. The responsibility, or blame, for their reproduction lies upon readers in different parts of the country, including number of ambitious young men, who have expressed a desire to possess them in book form.