Consequences of the European Monetary Integration on Financial Systems

Consequences of the European Monetary Integration on Financial Systems

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The volume consists of twelve chapters that represent updated and revised versions of papers presented at the 11th International Conference on Finance and Banking which took place at Silesian University - School of Business Administration in KarvinAi, Czech Republic on 17 a€“ 18 October 2007. The chapters are arranged in three thematic parts focusing on exchange rates, financial markets and monetary policy. The purpose of the book is to identify effects of the European monetary integration in financial systems of original, new and potential euro area member countries. The book also aims to evaluate how different are the effects in countries at different stage of the integration process and how important are the implications for national economic policies. Although each chapter is originally an independent study all of them were selected by the editors in order to create consistent book offering a rich blend of well grounded theory, innovative empirical approaches, fresh ideas, and striking conclusions. Contributors include scholars, researchers, central bankers and financial practitioners from respected universities and financial institutions. a€œI highly recommend this book to everyone, economist or not, who want to better understand the enormous challenges that financial systems nowadays have to face, particularly in the context of the European monetary integration. One of the main advantages of this book is that it does not reflect the opinion of only one author, but instead, it presents the views of 23 authors, all academics and qualified researchers, working in well known universities and research institutions from different EU and non EU countries.a€ a€” Candida Ferreira, Associate Professor, School of Economics and Management, Technical University of Lisbon (ISEG-UTL) and Research Unit on Complexity and Economics (UECE) a€œAnalyzing the consequences of the European monetary integration on financial systems is certainly a challenging task, but this book tackles it very successfully by presenting a rich collection of highly original studies on the most relevant issues: exchange rate convergence of euro-candidates, inflation targeting, portfolio choice, volatility, yield curve disturbances and many others, currently debated in finance, macroeconomics and political economy. The International Conference on Finance and Banking at Silesian University in KarvinAi is a well established scientific event where the hottest issues in the financial scenario are analyzed from an international perspective.a€ a€” Marco Mazzoli, Associate Professor of Monetary and International Economics, Director of CESPEM, UniversitAn Cattolica del S. Cuore, Italythe closed economies into the international capital flows, capital markets have arisen in the transforming economies and the extension of activities of the private ... For Croatia is used the official Zagreb Stock Exchange share index CROBEX.

Title:Consequences of the European Monetary Integration on Financial Systems
Author: Daniel Stavárek, Stanislav Polouček
Publisher:Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2009-01-23

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