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The globalization of finance is widely recognised as one of the most significant features of the contemporary world. In this timely new book, Tony Porter guides students through current debates about global finance and discusses the extent to which the development of a global marketplace affects our daily lives. He examines the complex networks of public-sector and non-governmental institutions and practices that facilitate the globalization of finance and provide an emerging set of arrangements for regulating it.The book is both comprehensive and innovative, and includes chapters on banking, securities markets, foreign direct investment, private authority, the role of developing and transition countries, global civil society, gender, the politics of risk practices and financial crises, and democracy.Written for students approaching the topic for the first time, this book provides a coherent, empirical and theoretically rigorous introduction to the governance of global finance.
This book guides students through the debates about global finance and discusses the extent to which the development of a global marketplace affects our daily lives.
Globalization is the spread of products, technology, information, and jobs across nations. Corporations in developed nations can gain a competitive edge through globalization.
The future of economic and financial globalization is in doubt as this once-dominant paradigm is now being challenged by domestic political upheavals on both sides of the Atlantic.
Perhaps no sector of the economy better illustrates the potential benefits—but also the perils—of deeper integration than banking. Before the crisis, international banks (banks that do business outside ...
For instance, increasing financial globalization is perforce associated with increasing financial integration on average.