International Lending in a Fragile World Economy

International Lending in a Fragile World Economy

Paperback(Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1983)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789400968264
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 10/13/2011
Series: Financial and Monetary Policy Studies , #7
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1983
Pages: 421
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.45(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

A Opening Addresses.- I International Lending in a Fragile World Economy.- II International Lending in a Fragile World Economy: The Point of View of a Commercial Banker.- III International Lending in a Fragile World Economy: A Supervisory Perspective.- B The Growth of International Lending: Determinants and Domestic Implications.- IV Euro-market Expansion: Macroeconomic Concerns, Theoretical Models and Preliminary Empirical Estimates.- V Emergence et Développement des Multinationales Bancaires: Aspects Théoriques et Empiriques.- VI The Euro-currency Markets: Their Credit Effects and the Dynamics of Monetary Policy.- VII Euro-market Growth, Risks in International Bank Lending and Domestic Monetary Management.- VIII International Capital Flows, Exchange Rates and Domestic Monetary Policy.- C The Role of Banks in International Lending.- IX Western Governments and Western Banks: How to Reconcile their Objectives in International Lending.- X Opportunities and Constraints in International Lending.- XI The Role of Banks in International Capital Markets.- XII The Interrelationships between Export Financing and Commercial Banking Activity.- D Aspects of Growing International Indebtedness.- XIII Limits to International Indebtedness.- XIV Limits to International Indebtedness.- XV Prospects for the External Position of Non-oil Developing Countries.- XVI Managing International Indebtedness.- E The Stability of the International Financial System.- XVII Gestion des Risques et Stabilité du Système Financier International.- XVIII Risks to the Stability of the International Financial System: Gloom Without Drama.- XIX Experience with the Rescheduling of International Debt.- XX The Stability of the International Financial System: Can We Cope with the Risk?.- XXI Safeguarding the International Banking System: Present Arrangements and a Framework for Reform.- F Reports on the Colloquium.- XXII Stabilizing a Fragile International Financial System.- XXIII General Report.

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