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📒Development Finance As Institution Building ✍ Jan Pieter Krahnen
✏Development Finance As Institution Building Book Summary :
📒E Finance Development In Korea ✍ Chʻung-yŏng An
✏E finance Development in Korea Book Summary : 정부에서 간행한 인터넷 뱅킹의 초기 설립요인 분석 논문(영문). 페널자료를 분석하여 은행들이 인터넷 뱅킹을 도입한 중요한 요인을 은행의 자산규모 또는 비효율성 문제가 아닌 은행의 수익성이라고 밝혔다. 또한 이 연구서에서는 금융구조조정과정에서 은행의 주요 고객이 기존 기업에서 개인으로 전환되면서 개인 은행 서비스의 질적 재고가 필요했으며, 공동 네트워크 망을 이용하기 때문에 수익성이 상대적으로 높은 인터넷 뱅킹 도입을 확대하게 되었다고 주장한다.
✏Critical Issues and Challenges in Islamic Economics and Finance Development Book Summary : This book explores contemporary issues and trends facing Islamic banks, businesses and economies as presented at the International Conference of Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance. The authors leverage current empirical research and statistics to provide unique and fresh perspectives on the changing world of Islamic finance. They focus specifically on to the implementation of Islamic financial instruments and services in global capital markets and how their success can be evaluated. Chapters feature case studies from all over the world including examples from Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the United Kingdom, to name a few. The breadth and immediacy of the research presented by the authors will appeal to practitioners and scholars alike. The global outlook and rich data-based approach adopted in this book guarantee that it is a timely and valuable addition to the field of Islamic finance.
📒Uneven Zimbabwe ✍ Patrick Bond
✏Uneven Zimbabwe Book Summary : Uneven Zimbabwe examines the influence of domestic and international financial markets and financiers in uneven development in Zimbabwe, using - and contributing to - the tools of radical political economy. Theoretically, Bond begins with criticism of the classical Marxist concepts of "finance capital" for focusing on institutional characteristics and failing to grasp underlying dynamics. Instead, as economic crisis tendencies emerge, the power of finance periodically intensifies, temporarily displacing crisis through time and space and across geographical scales. But the limits of the financial solution become evident when paper assets delink from the productive assets they are meant to represent, as well as in the role that finance plays in amplifying uneven development across different economic sectors, spaces and scales.
📒International Finance And Development ✍ Jose Antonio, PhD
✏International Finance and Development Book Summary : This publication reviews the major financing issues influencing economic development since the historic Monterrey Consensus of the International Conference on Financing for Development in 2002. It contains four main chapters under the headings of: international private capital flows; official development financing; external debt; and systemic issues.
✏Finance and Development Book Summary : For the latest thinking about the international financial system, monetary policy, economic development, poverty reduction, and other critical issues, subscribe to Finance & Development (F&D). This lively quarterly magazine brings you in-depth analyses of these and other subjects by the IMF’s own staff as well as by prominent international experts. Articles are written for lay readers who want to enrich their understanding of the workings of the global economy and the policies and activities of the IMF.
📒Development Of Consumer Finance In East Asia ✍ Guogang Wang
✏Development of Consumer Finance in East Asia Book Summary : This book is distinctive among current studies on this topic. The Chinese economy has entered a period of transformation, which has brought changes to the finance market and consumer habits. For a long time, topics such as monetary policy, reform, financial risks and so forth have been the focus. But there have been few studies of those aspects of the consumer finance market that are directly related to private consumption. Studies on this topic, to which this book contributes, are necessary for understanding the current economic situation in China. This is a full-scale comparative study of consumer finance in China, Japan and South Korea, and will draw lessons for China in this area from the experience of the other two countries.
📒Finance Development And The Imf ✍ James M. Boughton
✏Finance Development and the IMF Book Summary : An interdisciplinary collection of essays from leading academics and experts addressing how the IMF can support economic growth, poverty reduction, and macroeconomic stability in the world's poorest regions.
✏An Introduction to Commercial Property Finance Development and Investment Book Summary : This unique book is a first for South Africa and for Africa, providing a broad coverage of topics in property finance, property development, and property investment. There are specific chapters on commercial property finance and risk assessment, property economics, financial statement analysis, property tax, property law, property valuation, property development, market analysis, feasibility analysis, investment analysis, and property management. These topics are addressed from the point of view of commercial property finance. By necessity, the coverage is therefore very broad, and at an introductory level. However, because this is also the first South African book that addresses the full range of topics covered here, other readers will find this to be a valuable resource. The authors are experts in their respective fields: accounting, law, finance, taxation, economics, construction, valuation, feasibility, development, investment, and management.
📒Finance Development September 2012 ✍ International Monetary Fund. External Relations Dept.
✏Finance Development September 2012 Book Summary : Technology is generating a global convergence. A "big bang" of information—and education as well—is improving human lives. And with global interconnectivity growing by leaps and bounds, we are all witness to a rapid spread of information and ideas. But, as we have seen from the prolonged global financial crisis, our interconnectedness carries grave risks as well as benefits. This issue of F&D looks at different aspects of interconnectedness, globally and in Asia. • Brookings VP Kemal Devis presents the three fundamental trends in the global economy affecting the balance between east and west in "World Economy: Convergence, Interdependence, and Divergence." • In "Financial Regionalism," Akihiro Kawai and Domenico Lombardi tell us how regional arrangements are helping global financial stability. • In "Migration Meets Slow Growth," Migration Policy Institute president Demetrios Papademetriou examines how the global movement of workers will change as the economic crisis continues in advanced economies. • "Caught in the Web" explains new ways of looking at financial interconnections in a globalized world. • IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde provides her take on the benefits of integration and the risks of fragmentation in "Straight Talk." Also in this issue, we take a closer look at interconnectedness across Asia as we explore how trade across the region is affected by China's falling trade surplus, how India and China might learn from each others' success, and what Myanmar's reintegration into the global economy means for its people. F&D's People in Economics series profiles Justin Yifu Lin, first developing country World Bank economist, and the Back to Basics series explains the origins and evolution of money.