The first change in the financial environment relates to the rise….
In recent years the most well-known nominal income targeting rule has been NGDP level Targeting, associated with a group of economists referred to as market monetarists Scott Sumner, David Beckworth, and Lars…. Edited by Alessandro Carretta , Gianluca Mattarocci. This collection considers the financial crisis from a managerial perspective, focussing on the business implications for the financial industry. Topics examined include governance, information needs and strategy of financial intermediaries and investors.
The contributions build on the existing…. Money and payments are familiar to everybody. Economists however are often at a loss in assessing the extent to which money matters.
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As a matter of fact, money is at the origin of the main cleavage in economic theory. Beyond sophisticated models what is at stake is whether money is just an…. This comprehensive guide serves to illuminate the rise and development of FinTech in Sweden, with the Internet as the key underlying driver. The multiple case studies examine topics such as: Edited by Juan E. Mayes , Geoffrey Wood.
Recent failures and rescues of large banks have resulted in colossal costs to society. In wake of such turmoil a new banking union must enable better supervision, pre-emptive coordinated action and taxpayer protection. While these aims are meritorious they will be difficult to achieve. Edited by Jacob Bikker. However, the literature on pension fund economics and finance is rather limited, caused, in part, to limited data…. The Development of International Monetary Policy traces the development of international monetary policy from mercantilism to quantitative easing.
It has been structured to present some of the pressing issues in international monetary relations involving currency valuation, inflation, exchange…. In the collective psyche, a financier is a capitalist. Financial capitalism is similarly underpinned by financiers who are not the holders of the financial assets….
This book provides a new methodological approach to money and macroeconomics. Realizing that the abstract equilibrium models lacked descriptions of fundamental issues of a modern monetary economy, the focus of this book lies on the stylized balance sheets of the main actors. Money, after all, is…. We have experienced an era of extreme anti-inflationary policy combined with debts and deficits, the result of which has been a decrease in social stability. This book examines how using mainstream theory as the basis for economic decisions leads to misunderstandings of central concepts of our….
The increasing capital flows in the emerging markets and developed countries have raised various concerns worldwide. One main concern is the impact of the sharp decline of capital flows — so-called sudden stops — on financial markets and the stability of banking systems and the economy.
A stable and sound financial system plays a critical role in mediating funds from surplus units to investors, making it a prerequisite for economic development. Financial intermediaries have been vulnerable to adverse changes in the local and global economy and experienced frequent bubble-and-bust…. The Global Financial Crisis has reshuffled the cards for central banks throughout the world.
In the wake of the biggest crisis since the Great Depression, this volume traces the evolution of modern central banking over the last fifty years. It takes in the inflationary chaos of the s and the….
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Why are wages in the financial industry so high? Are bonuses responsible for the financial crisis? Where do bonuses come from? Politicians and others urged people to believe that the crisis was the price…. In this book leading financial professionals and academics examine the prospects for the European single currency. The impact of the Euro is assessed in terms of risks and opportunities for financial intermediaries, challenges for monetary and supervisory authorities and issues for portfolio….
This important new book builds upon the seminal work by Obsfeld and Rogoff, Foundations of International Macroeconomics and aims at providing a coherent and modern framework for thinking about exchange rate dynamics. With a wide range of contributions, this book is likely to be welcomed by the…. Can the 'invisible hand' handle money? George Selgin challenges the view that government regulation creates monetary order and stability, and instead shows it to be the main source of monetary crisis.
The volume is divided into three sections: The concept of the origin of money has been a topic of interest and discussion to almost all schools of economic thought. However, in spite of minor differences of interpretation, most views share an underlying core principal about the rise and origin of money, implicit in which is the central….
This truly internationally-focused book is a readable, comprehensive guide to the economic geography of the world's financial centres that is as enjoyable to read as it is informative.
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All students and academics involved with economic geography as well as professionals in the banking and finance…. The financial crash of showed the fragility of the financial system. A key question which surfaced in the aftermath of the global crisis was why economists were unable to predict this crash.
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This new volume argues that this failure can be attributed, at least in part, to the poor and…. Emerging market economies have accounted for three quarters of world economic growth and more than half of world output over the last decade. But the energy and ideas inherent in emerging economies cannot generate growth by themselves without resources to support them — and first among these…. Edited by Forrest Capie , Geoffrey Wood.
In this volume, a wide range of leading policy makers and practitioners reflect on the aims and objectives of monetary policy and on what it can achieve, The contributors include: Notwithstanding financial crises, global foreign exchange markets have undergone a tremendous growth during the last two decades. Foreign exchange FX is often thought of as a site where economic actors exchange currencies for buying foreign goods or selling goods in foreign countries, but the FX…. This new volume sheds new light on current monetary issues, in particular the debate on monetary policy making, by blending theoretical economic analysis, history of economics, and historical case studies.
A discretionary monetary policy refers to cases in which the central bank is free to change…. It points to recent research on what a consistent and broad-scope monetary theory could be based in…. Edited by Jocelyn Pixley. The financial crisis that started in is a concern for the world. Some countries are in depression and governments are desperately trying to find solutions. International in scope and written by a leading young Post-Keynesian economist, this book focuses on the working of money and payments in a multi-bank settlement system within which banks and non-bank financial institutions have been expanding their operations outside their countries of….
The credit crisis started with the failure of one large bank: Since then the focus of both politicians and regulators has been on stabilising the economy and preventing future financial instability. At this juncture, we are at the last stage of future-proofing the financial…. The recent global financial crisis has made the inadequacies of the scientific state of economics and finance glaringly obvious, as these disciplines gave the false reassurance that such a self-destructive phenomenon could not happen.
Edited by David Mayes , Geoffrey E. This book examines the area of financial regulation in the banking sector. Editors Mayes and Wood bring together such acadmics as Charles Goodhart, Charles Calomiris and Kern Alexander whose expertise shines through this volume to provide a reference tool for researchers, students and bankers…. The issues of developing country debt crises, increased volatility and risk, and the determination of market liquidity are high on the agendas of policy makers, market participants and researchers in the area of financial markets.
These issues are also of major importance to regulators and exchange…. Edited by David Mayes , Jan Toporowski. A mixture of academic and practitioner research, this is the most detailed book available that provides an account of open market operations. With broad international appeal it includes discussions of central bank operations in Europe, North America, Australia and Japan. Drawing on wide-ranging contributions from prominent international experts and discussing some of the most pressing issues facing policy makers and practitioners in the field of payment systems today, this volume provides cutting-edge perspectives on the current issues surrounding payment systems….
Collateral - generally defined as an asset used to provide security for a lender's loan - is an important feature of credit contracts and all the available evidence suggests that its use is getting more pervasive. This informative book builds upon recent research into this topic. Currency of invoicing and forward covering: Smith eds , Trade and payments under flexible exchange rates London: Wood eds , Monetary targets London: Recent developments in the theory and practice of international economic policy, in Stabilisation policies: Wood eds , Exchange rate policy London: The relevance of market prices and the irrelevance of social audits in Spanish , in Workshop on Economy and Society Madrid: Bank of Bilbao, February Monetarist statements, credit policies, and bank portfolio composition, in D.
Should the Government change course? Competition, innovation, consumer protection, and the role of the market, in M. Centre for Independent Studies, The European monetary system — past developments, future prospects and economic rationale, in R. Real output and the Gold Standard years, in M. An analytical and taxonomic framework for the study of exchange controls, in J. Dorrance eds , Problems of international finance London: The monetary policy decision making process in the United Kingdom, in D. What happened in ?
Wood eds , Financial crises and the world banking system London: Monetary economics, in J. Properties of monetary systems, in Z. Motamen eds , International debt and central banking in the s London: Wood eds , Monetary and exchange rate policy London: Interest rates and the conduct of monetary policy, in W. Sinclair eds , The General Theory after 50 years London: Prices and price controls: Wood eds , Macroeconomic policy and economic interdependence Basingstoke: Foreign trade finance, in R.
Money, financial intermediation, and economic growth, in K. Pradhan eds , International finance and the less developed countries Basingstoke: The European monetary system: The structure and stability of banking in Europe: Are central banks necessary? Wood eds , Unregulated banking: Money, interest rates and the Great Depression, in J.
The anatomy of a wartime inflation, in G. Rockoff eds , The sinews of war Ames: Iowa State University Press, Money and interest rates in Britain from to , in S. Crafts eds , Britain in the international economy Cambridge: The structure of European monetary union, in A. Capital flows and the excess burden of the exchange rate regime, in D.
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Independence for the Bank of England? Money in the economy, , in R. McCloskie eds , An economic history of Britain Cambridge: The quantity theory in the s, in M. The lender of last resort: Money demand and supply under the Gold Standard: Britain , in T. Taylor, Modern perspectives on the Gold Standard Cambridge: Error correction, cointegration and the forward-looking model: Money and interest rates, in Introduction to monetary economics , Cheltenham: Crisis management, lender of last resort and deposit insurance in economies in transition, in R.
Kluwer Law International and Stockholm: What kind of stability helps industry? Is the European Central Bank too independent? Essays in honour of Stephen Frowen Basingstoke: The international monetary system: Essays in honour of Derek Aldcroft Aldershot: Financial crises and the business cycle, in N. Non-interest income, balance sheet structure, and interest rates, in C.
A new theory of optimal currency areas? International banking crises, in A. Murinde eds , Handbook of international banking Cheltenham: Competition, regulation and financial stability, in P Booth ed. IEA , , The regulatory response, in A. Price change, financial stability, and the British economy, , in R. Siklos eds , Deflation. Current and historical perspectives Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, , Jonung eds , The internationalisation of asset ownership in Europe Cambridge: Free markets under siege , with a commentary by G.
Hoover Institution Press, Wood eds , Institutional change in the payments system and monetary policy London: Transactions costs and payments systems, in S. Currency crisis and contagion, in A. E-barter vs Fiat money: Stamatis eds , Essays in honour of T. Stock market crashes, in M. Taylor eds , Towards a new framework for financial stability London: Central Banking Publications, , Thoughtful regulation, in P. Causes and policy implications London: Institute of Economic Affairs, Hobart Paperback 37, , Resource allocation under alternative exchange rate systems, Southern Economic Journal 40, April Another case of profitable destabilising speculation, Journal of International Economics 4, May