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by Kavaljit Singh

Author: Kavaljit Singh
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Zed Books (March 15, 1999)
Pages: 208 pages
Category: Other
Rating: 4.4
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This book tells the story and explains how, in the interests of people North and South, effective controls are urgently needed. Похожие книги: The Globalization of Finance: A Citizen's Guide.

Xi, 190 pages : 23 cm. Globalisation of finance has now surpassed the globalisation of production and taken on a life of its own. No longer associated with flows of real resources.

This book argues that the global economy itself has become highly vulnerable

He is the author of highly acclaimed and widely published book, The Globalization of Finance: A Citizen's Guide (DAGA, IPSR Books, Madhyam Books and Zed Books, 1998). His latest book is Taming Global Financial Flows: Challenges and Alternatives in an Era of Financial Globalization (Hong Kong University Press, DAGA, IBON Books, Madhyam Books, University Press, White Lotus and Zed Books, 2000).

Susan George Kavaljit Singh has mode a difficult subject intelligible to ordinary citizens, and in a very . He is the author of The Globalization of Finance: A Citizen's Guide (DAGA, IPSR Books, Madhyam Books and Zed Books, 1999).

Susan George Kavaljit Singh has mode a difficult subject intelligible to ordinary citizens, and in a very readable way he has mapped out the progressive alternatives for bringing international finance under, democratic control. Edward Herman Singh is to be congratulated an up-to-date critical assessment of financial globalization.

He is the author of highly acclaimed and widely published book, The Globalization of Finance: A Citizen's Guide (DAGA, IPSR Books, Madhyam Books and Zed Books, 1998).

The global financial system, this book argues, is in serious trouble . Financial liberalization has created an absence of effective regulation over the almost unimaginable sums involved in currency speculations, new financial products, offshore financial centres, and secretive hedge funds. Kavaljit Singh has made a difficult subject intelligible to ordinary citizens, and in a very readable way he has mapped out the progressive alternatives for bringing international finance under democratic control. Edward S Herman, University of Pennsylvania.

The global financial situation and our future economy remain vital concerns for us all. As a result, the government and the business community have to. .Globalization of Finance", A Citizens' Guide. As a result, the government and the business community have to stimulate the economy and give it new dimensions. Virtually everyone agrees on the importance of the economy, but no consensus has or is expected to be reached soon as to the definition of the economy. Economy as a discipline ' is a concept torn apart by current economic crisis, where fierce competition, greed and consumerism will neither solve the crisis in progress nor will they rehabilitate the economy.

He is the author of The Globalization of Finance: A Citizen's Guide (Zed Books 1998) and Taming Global Financial Flows: Challenges and Alternatives in an Era of Financial Globalization (Zed Books 2000). He is also the founder of Madhyam Books, an independent publishing house, publishing books on contemporary issues.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This book makes a critical analysis of several contemporary debates surrounding globalization. With the help of case studies.

Dragon bonds. Samurai bonds. Senior bonds. Mutual funds. Open-end funds. Closed-end funds. Global Depository Receipts. Is the IMF a UFO? (30% of Thai children think so). Here at last is a citizen’s guide to what is happening in the rapidly changing "virtual reality" of big money; who the players are; and the complex world of financial derivatives they trade in. Above all, what have these mega flows of hot money actually done to countries on the receiving end? Mexico yesterday. South East Asia and South Korea today. Which countries tomorrow? This book tells the story and explains how, in the interests of people North and South, effective controls are urgently needed.