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Economics - Public Finance | Capital Markets, Globalization, and Economic Development

Capital Markets, Globalization, and Economic Development

Gup, Benton E. (Ed.)

2005, XVI, 220 p.

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The progression of globalization is having profound effects on the capital markets and economic development. The major issues addressed in the book are:

· The Basel II capital accord

· Bank safety nets

· Corruption

· Credit ratings and credit spread

· International stock exchanges and bond markets

· Microfinance

· Project finance

Capital Markets, Globalization, and Economic Development consists of fourteen articles contributed by authors from Australia, Asia, Europe, South America, and the United States who provide a wide range of insights. The contributors include academics, government officials, and regulators. These current issues are of great interest to governments, regulators, financial institutions, business concerns, and investors who must deal with them.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Bonds - China - Developing Countries - Economic Development - Financial Market - Financial Markets - Globalization

Related subjects » Economics - Financial Economics - International Economics / European Integration - Public Finance

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Insights from a Global Survey on Bank Capital.- The Effects of Basel II on Developing Countries: A Summary of a Global Public Goods Network eForum on Basel II.- Capital Games.- The International Transmission of Capital Shocks: Implictions of a Revised Basel Accord for Developing Countries.- Designing Banking Sector Safety Nets: The Australian Experience.- Globalization and the Growth of International Stock Exchanges.- Globalization of the Bond and Stock Markets: The Japanese Case—An International Perspective.- Weekly Expected Credit Spreads in Latin-American Brady Bonds.- Rethinking Project Finance.- Impact of Globalization and Economic Development in Asia and Australia.- Globalization and the Changing Relationship Between Economic Development and Capital Markets: Innovations in Funding for Microfinance.- Waiting for Capital: The Impact of Corruption in Indonesian Financial Markets.- Credit Ratings in China.- Finance and Development: Granger-Causality Tests for Prewar and Postwar U.S.A., U.K., and Japan.

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