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Moving money : banking and finance in the industrialized world

Author: Daniel Verdier
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002.
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"Moving Money analyzes the influence of politics on financial systems. Daniel Verdier examines how information asymmetry and economies of scale over time have created a redistributional conflict between large and small banks, and financial centers and their peripheries, and he discusses how governments have tried to arbitrate this conflict. He argues that centralized states have tended to create concentrated,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Ressources Internet
Case studies
Cas, Études de
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Verdier
OCLC Number: 276984766
Notes: Titre de l'écran-titre (visionné le 10 juin 2008).
Description: 1 ressource en ligne (xiii, 311 pages) : illustrations, fichier PDF
Contents: Theoretical Conjectures on Banking, Finance and Politics --
Capital scarcity, capital mobility, and information asymmetry : a survey --
The institutions of capital mobility --
The First Expansion (1850-1913) --
The advent of deposit banking --
The internationalization of finance --
The origins of corporate security markets --
The origins of universal banking --
The Second Expansion (1960-2000) --
Sectoral realignment --
The globalization of banking --
The growth of security markets --
Choosing the right product mix.
Responsibility: Daniel Verdier.

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"Moving Money analyzes the influence of politics on financial systems. Daniel Verdier examines how information asymmetry and economies of scale over time have created a redistributional conflict between large and small banks, and financial centers and their peripheries, and he discusses how governments have tried to arbitrate this conflict. He argues that centralized states have tended to create concentrated, internationalized, market-based, and specialized financial systems, whereas decentralized states have favored dispersed, national, bank-based, and, with a few exceptions, universal systems. Verdier then sets out to uncover the sources, political and economic, of cross-country variation in financial market organization, examining a growing number of OECD countries from 1850 onwards."

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