Finance is often seen as a difficult subject, based on economic theory, but Peter King takes an alternative political approach to housing finance. This work shows housing finance as operating within open and dynamic systems where tenures, institutions and policies interact and interrelate in a complex manner.
Let this classic reference tool be your guide as you enter the exciting, and profitable, world of commodity options. In clear and concise language, Spears explains how every investment need can be met by the versatility of commodity options.
Modern financial theories enable us to look at old problems in early American Republic historiography from new perspectives. Concepts such as information asymmetry, portfolio choice, and principal-agent dilemmas open up new scholarly vistas.
This is a brilliant book. -- J. Fred Weston, Professor Emeritus, The John E. Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA PAn excellent case history detailing the leverage excesses of the late 1980s and subsequent return to equity in the 1990s.
Like some others who have written on the subject of campaign and party finance, I believe that information about policies and practices regarding public financing abroad can help Americans develop their own ideas about reform possibilities.
Financial services are facing numerous challenges caused by the rapid changes occurring in the marketplace. These events have called into question the fundamental principles upon which the current regulatory structure was built.