Peter S. Rose and Sylvia C. Hudgins
Bank Management and Financial Services, now in its ninth edition, is designed primarily for students interested in pursuing careers in or learning more about the financial services industry. It explores the services that banks and their principal competitors (including savings and loans, credit unions, security and investment firms) offer in an increasingly competitive financial-services marketplace.
Julian Diaz and James Andrew Hansz
Real Estate Analysis: Environments and Activities is your guide to the enchanting world of real estate. Real estate is as much process as product, and to understand it is a fascinating journey into the interlocking web of complex human behavior that results in the space that we shape and that ultimately, truly shapes us. … [From Amazon.com]
J. Jay Choi (Editor) and John Doukas (Editor)
The editors of this volume provide a comprehensive and in-depth collection of articles on financial and investment issues in emerging capital markets. The collection offers coverage of all major emerging countries as well as all major topics related to emerging market finance. By presenting general, conceptual essays as well as technical, specific essays in a coherent framework, the book attempts to broaden the traditional finance and international finance literature to include emerging market countries where markets are more rigid, segmented, or fragmented than developed market countries. Researchers, graduate students, finance professionals, investors, and policy makers will find this volume useful. [From Amazon.com]
John Doukas (Editor), Victor Murinde (Editor), and Clas Wihlborg (Editor)
This volume brings together a collection of research papers on financial sector reform and privatization in the transition economies of Eastern Europe and related issues in other transforming economies. It represents a selection of invited papers and best papers presented at various conferences and workshops held in Estonia, Poland and The Netherlands. It is the work of leading scientists, and thereby provides a very authoritative analysis of the ongoing process of financial sector reforms and privatization in transition economies. The main theoretical and empirical issues are carefully brought out to bear on the pressing policy and institutional schemes that are desirable in transition economies. [From Amazon.com]
John Doukas (Editor) and Ike Mathur (Editor)
Financial Management in Post-1992 Europe discusses the process of integration of European economies and helps researchers, academics, and practitioners arrive at optimal solutions in their relating to the European unified economy and capital markets. It provides a timely core of empirical investigations into financial management issues and explains the anatomy of the European capital markets integration. This book exposes readers to research outcomes produced by some of the finest researchers and academics, generating new insights into the financial nature of the European unification. [From the publisher]
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