Emerging Financial Markets in the Global EconomyeBook - 2000
"This collection of papers addresses many important issues, including restructuring pension systems, organizing new equity markets, designing financial systems to deal with systemic risk, dealing with the overhang of bad debts, and attracting foreign direct investment. Several papers deal with informal credit markets, examining the effect of informal finance on economic development and the exponential growth in microfinance by private financial institutions in Latin America and in the United States." "The book is intended for policy makers and scholars interested in capital markets in developing and transition economies. It is also suitable for use as a supplementary text in upper level undergraduate and graduate courses in development finance."--Jacket.
Publisher: Singapore : River Edge, NJ : World Scientific, 2000
Characteristics: 1 online resource (viii, 277 pages)