Alan D. Morrison , William J. Wilhelm Jr., "Investment Banking: Institutions, Politics, and Law"
Oxford University Press | March 15, 2007 | ISBN: 019929657X | 356 pages | PDF | 1.24 mb
A fascinating look at the investment banking industry from an historical and legal perspecive. It provides the reader with countless insights into the workings of one of the most powerful forces inthe global economy today."--James Harris, Founder, Seneca Financial Group
"Morrison & Wilhelm offer the most compelling explanation yet of the investment banking industry, from its unlikely emergence from the commodities market in the seventeenth century to the investment banks' recent shift from the partnership to he corporate form. Drawing on the insights of institutional economics, they show how investment banks function as information intermediaries in a wide range of market transactions. Vivid and meticulously researched, the book takes us inside the mysterious world of investment banking and shows what makes it tick. It is an intellectual masterpiece, destined to become a classic."--David Skeel, S. Samuel Arsht Professor of Corporate Law, University of Pennsylvania
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