The Structural Foundations of International Finance

The Structural Foundations of International Finance

Problems of Growth and Stability

New Horizons in International Business series

Edited by Pier Carlo Padoan, Paul A. Brenton and Gavin Boyd

The Structural Foundations of International Finance examines the ways in which national economies, especially those of industrialized countries, are affected by the operations of international financial markets. Although these markets provide productive funding, there is also much speculative trading in stocks and currencies which can cause booms, slumps and hinder recovery. The authors advocate entrepreneurial coordination by productive enterprises for balanced and stable growth, with reduced risks of financial crises and recessions.

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Edited by Pier Carlo Padoan, Paul A. Brenton and Gavin Boyd

Subjects: business and management, international business, economics and finance, financial economics and regulation, international economics

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