International Finance and Financial Services

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Kristian L. Hagen
Nova Publishers, 2008 - 259 lappuses
International finance is the branch of economics that studies the dynamics of exchange rates, foreign investment, and how these affect international trade. Financial services is a term used to refer to the services provided by the finance industry. Financial services is also the term used to describe organisations that deal with the management of money and includes merchant banks, credit card companies, consumer finance companies, government sponsored enterprises, and stock brokerages. Financial services is the largest industry (or industry category) in the world, in terms of earnings. This book presents important analyses in these interaction fields.

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Trade Integration Competition and the Decline in ExchangeRate PassThrough
1
Does the Time Inconsistency Problem Make Flexible Exchange Rates Look Worse than you Think?
39
Asymmetry in the InterestRate Volatility Transmission Mechanism The German Leadership Hypothesis
71
Irreversibility and Costs of Adjustment
99
Earnings Management and Internal Control Mechanisms Evidence from Chilean Firms
123
International Fiscal Competition Transfer Pricing and Multinational Firms Strategies
143
The World Competition Agency as a Necessary International Institution
157
The Development of the Single European Market for Financial Services and its Effects on Slovenia
191
Progressing towards Legitimacy Financial Services Sector Policymaking in the EU after Lamfalussy
209
IT Service Delivery Cost and Core Competency in Financial Services
227
Index
245
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