Financial Systems:: Principles and Organization
Publisher: Routledge | ISBN: 0415110564 | edition 1998 | PDF | 411 pages | 1,57 mb
This book surveys financial system activity at both the theoretical and the practical levels. Using a transactions economics theory of how financing arrangements are governed, the book explains how market-oriented financial systems are organised and how that organisation evolves. At the theoretical level, the book argues that financial system organisation results principally from the ways that financings of different types are structured: informed choices among governance methods can be used to explain financial system organisation. At the practical level, the book applies its theory to describe the workings of
typical financial systems. This discussion is relevant to the professional practice of finance, because it explains how financial deals are structured and shows how these structural choices affect the well-being of the financial firm. More broadly, the book helps financial executives and students of finance to understand why typical financial systems exhibit their contemporary organisational forms, why that organisation is currently changing so rapidly, and how those changes present the professional with opportunities for profit.
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