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Banking Reforms in South-East Europe (New Horizons in Money and Finance) ePub download

by Zeljko Sevic

  • Author: Zeljko Sevic
  • ISBN: 1840643773
  • ISBN13: 978-1840643770
  • ePub: 1500 kb | FB2: 1310 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Economics
  • Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub; illustrated edition edition (December 1, 2002)
  • Pages: 360
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Banking Reforms in South-East Europe (New Horizons in Money and Finance) ePub download

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New Horizons in Money and Finance series. Contents: Preface 1. Assessing the Banking Reforms in South-East Europe Part I: General and Theoretical Issues 2. Economic Reform in South-East European Countries in Transition 3. The Role of the Stability Pact in Financial Sector Reform in South-East Europe 4. Governance Structures 5. Central Bank Reform in South-East Europe: Recent Developments and Prospects 6. Currency Boards and Currency Arrangements.

The book opens with a comparison of the experiences of Central European advanced transitional economies with those of the Balkan countries. Proposals are put forward for ways in which positive aspects of the Central European experience can be applied to banking reform in the Balkans.

Request PDF On Sep 1, 2000, Željko Šević and others published Banking Reform in South East European . The new government began privatizing the banking system.

The new government began privatizing the banking system. It favored the entry of foreign banks because these could draw on their parents for liquidity as the currency board system limited the BNB's ability to act as a lender of last resort (Šević 2000). Financial Crises & the Presence of Foreign Banks.

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2002, Boris Petrov and others published Banking Reforms In South-East Europe . This thesis investigates the performance of 239 actively managed equity mutual funds in Europe and in the United States throughout the period January 2001 - March 2015.

This thesis investigates the performance of 239 actively managed equity mutual funds in Europe and in the United States throughout the period January 2001 - March 2015. More specifically, it first gives an overview of the trends and the activities of both the European and the . mutual fund industries.

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Fifteen papers by banking officials and economists provide an overview of the banking system and the process by which it is being restructured in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, and Yugoslavia. The book compares the Central European experience with that of the Balkans, and proposes lessons for each context. Country-specific banking studies examine the transitional economies of South-East Europe, emphasizing the importance of regional collaboration. Annotation (c) Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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