The sharp realities of financial globalization become clear during crises, when winners and losers emerge. Crises usher in short- and long-term changes to the status quo, and everyone agrees that learning from crises is a top priority. The Evidence and Impact of Financial Globalization devotes separate articles to specific crises, the conditions that cause them, and the longstanding arrangements devised to address them. While other books and journal articles treat these subjects in isolation, this volume presents a wide-ranging, consistent, yet varied specificity. Substantial, authoritative, and useful, these articles provide material unavailable elsewhere. Substantial articles by top scholars sets this volume apart from other information sources Rapidly developing subjects will interest readers well into the future Reader demand and lack of competitors underline the high value of these reference worksFor example, if a company is crosslisted on more than one stock exchange, a decline of its stock price on one stock exchange, which may be ... By some estimates, between 1995 and 2005, bond issuance abroad by developed countriesa#39; firms increased from 27% to 46% of total bond issuance. The global bond market is dominated by just a few currencies a the US dollar, the euro, the pound, and the yen.
|Title||:||The Evidence and Impact of Financial Globalization|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 2012|