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Multinational and International Banking
The International Library of Macroeconomic and Financial History 2
This important volume focuses on the origins, growth and impact over time of multinational banks. Why have banks established branches in foreign countries? What do such banks do? How have they performed? What has been the developmental impact of international banking? How has multinational banking changed over time? Why have banking activities clustered in international financial centres such as New York, Tokyo and London? The articles in this selection cover a wide range of national experiences including those of the United States, Canada, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. The volume brings together literature from a range of disciplines, including banking, economics and business history in a comprehensive collection of the best articles published on the development of multinational banks.
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`Every good library should have a copy.' -- Andy Mullineux, The Economic Journal `In this attractively bound volume, Geoffrey Jones admirably meets the series' general aims, through his careful selection of essays. . . . The introduction provides an authoritative guide to the subject and an invaluable perspective from which to appreciate the various contributions. . . . Jones' selection of material has fully realised his intention of providing a convenient treasure chest of major essays on the topic.' -- Michael Collins, Business History