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This book explores the evolution of credit and financing in Europe from the Middle Ages through to Modern Times. It engages with the distinct political, economic and institutional frameworks of the examined areas (England, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, the Netherlands and Turkey) and discusses how these affected the credit market. It covers a wide range of different types of lending and borrowing instruments, the destination of capital, the way it was raised, and the impact it had on local or national economies in a very long run. Presented in two parts, part one of the book focuses on credit markets in the preindustrial age, in particular the period before the advent of modern joint stock banks. Part two examines the evolution of credit at the time of the emergence of modern banks. This volume will be of interest to academics and researchers in the field of finance who are interested in the historic evolution of credit and the credit market. Marcella Lorenzini is a Post-doc Researcher at the University of Trento, Italy. Her work researches how credit markets develop in the absence of formal institutions. Her recent publications include one monograph and a chapter in a collected volume on Infrastructure Financing in the Early Modern Age. Cinzia Lorandini is an Associate Professor in Economic History at the University of Trento, Italy. Her research mainly focuses on credit markets and trade in the early modern and modern period. She has authored several publications on these topics, including two monographs and one article for the journal Business History . DMaris Coffman is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Economics and Finance of the Built Environment at UCL Bartlett, UK and Director of the Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management. Prior to this DMaris was a Leverhulme/Newton Trust Early Career Fellow at the History Faculty of the University of Cambridge, UK, and Fellow and Director of the Centre of Financial History at Newnham College, UK. She works on the relationship between public finance and private capital markets in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Europe and sits on the Council of the Economic History Society.
This book is the first complete survey of the evolution of monetary institutions and practices in Western countries from the Middle Ages to today. It radically rethinks previous attempts at a history of monetary institutions by avoiding institutional approach and shifting the focus away from the Anglo-American experience. Previous histories have been hamstrung by the linear, teleological assessment of the evolution of central banks. Free from such assumptions, Ugolinis work offers bankers and policymakers valuable and profound insights into their institutions. Using a functional approach, Ugolini charts an historical trajectory longer and broader than any other attempted on the subject. Moving away from the Anglo-American perspective, the book allows for a richer (and less biased) analysis of long-term trends. The book is ideal for researchers looking to better understand the evolution of the institutions that underlie the global economy. Stefano Ugolini is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Toulouse.
Alliances and Co-Evolution provides alliance managers, consultants and academics with a detailed analysis covering 23 years of the growth and decline of three lifecycles of alliances. This analysis links structural change in the European macro-environment with corporate alliance strategies. It differentiates between strategic alliances and infrastructure alliances with their differing strategic drivers, and proposes a Co-Evolution model to explain, monitor and manage the development of alliances over time.
Diese Aufgaben bringen Sie auf Hochtouren Schadensfallbearbeitung sowie Aktenführung von gemeldeten Versicherungsfällen Zusammenarbeit mit den Beteiligten sowie Regulierung mit der zuständigen Versicherung Verwaltung aller betrieblichen Versicherungspolicen sowie Bestandsführung der Versicherungen inkl. Abrechnungen Begleitung der Vertragsanpassungen sowie Zusammenarbeit mit den externen Versicherungsmaklern
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This book explores the role of the rating system in creditworthiness assessment, looking into its current status, strengths and weaknesses and possible evolution in the light of Basel 3 and the Global Economic Crisis.
The China Business Model: Originality and Limits emphasizes transformation of the Chinese Business Model over the last decades. The impact of the financial crisis on China helps the reader understand its evolution towards capitalism. Topics covered include CSR, leadership, and management in China, how do these organizations impact the performance of companies, the financing policy of Chinese firms and its evolution till the slowdown, finance and business in China, and how could the banking sector and/or the financial markets help the development of Chinese companies? Helps the reader understand the impact of the financial crisis on China and its evolution towards capitalism Contains coverage of CSR, leadership, and management in China Answers the question how can financial markets help the development of Chinese companies? Elisabeth Paulet is Professor of Finance at ICN Business School in Nancy, France. She completed her PhD at the European University Institute of Florence and has held the Jean Monnet Chair in European Banking. Her main interests are in banking structures and financial policy of firms on historical and contemporary level. She has published several articles and books in this field.
This comparative study explores how shadow banking differs from the traditional banking system. It discusses the origins, history, purposes, risks, regulatory constraints, and projected future evolution of both financial sectors of the world economy. This thorough examination of non-bank financial intermediaries follows the migration of services from traditional banks to less-regulated alternative banking products, as well as the evolution of regulations and the Financial Stability Oversight Council to monitor these new entities. Three chapters explore in depth the major financial structures newly designated as systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs), with particular attention to insurance companies such as MetLife, which seek exemption from the designation. Finally, the focus shifts to international financial institutions efforts to protect consumers and curtail irresponsible shadow banks, with an eye toward the effects of these actions on future banking practices. Roy J. Girasa is a Professor of Law at the Lubin School of Business, Pace University, USA. He has authored over 100 journals articles and newspaper columns on the topics of financial law, securities law, and regulations. He is the author of the bestselling textbook Cyberlaw: National and International Perspectives (2001), and two previous Palgrave Macmillan books, Corporate Governance and Finance Law (2013) and Laws and Regulations in Global Financial Markets (2013).
This book is a timely addition to the fast-growing international debate on Integrated Reporting, which offers a holistic view of the evolution and practice of Integrated Reporting. The book covers the determinants and consequences of Integrated Reporting, as well as examining some of the most relevant issues (particularly in the context of the United States) in the debate about Integrated Reporting. Chiara Mio is a Professor at Ca Foscari University, Venice, Italy. Professor Mio teaches corporate reporting, management control in international firms and sustainability management. She is the chair of the board at FriulAdria Bank, Italy, and she is chair of ESG (environmental social governance) Reporting Task Force at FEE (Fédérations des Experts-Comptables Européens, Belgium). Her research interests include sustainability, management accounting and integrated reporting. She has previously published Towards a Sustainable University: The CaFoscari Experience with Palgrave Macmillan (2012).