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Global Banking, Financial Markets and Crises Vol: 14

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23 Oct 2013
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
360 pages - 152 x 229 x 43mm
International Finance Review


One of the most salient features of the 2007-9 global financial crisis was the role played by global banking and multinational banks in transmitting international financial shocks and maintaining credit stability in domestic and international financial markets. This edited volume on "Global Banking, Financial Markets and Crises" contains original papers that examine various issues concerning the changing role of global banks during crisis periods. The papers in this volume also address the impact of global financial crises on multinational banking, domestic and international financial markets, and emerging economies. Particular emphasis is given on the regional experiences of cross-border banking, domestic and global financial market integration, portfolio investment, cross asset market spillovers, cross country crisis contagion, monetary policy transmission mechanism, and the role of foreign banks during crisis periods compared to non-crisis periods in various advanced countries as well as emerging economies. This volume also presents various important policy implications and lessons from recent global financial crises.
An overview: Global banking and financial markets in crisis. Recent cross-border banking within Europe: International balance sheet perspectives. The implementation of monetary policy in china: The interbank market and bank lending. Non-Core bank liabilities and credit growth: Evidence from an emerging economy. Foreign Banks, monetary policy, and crises: Evidence from bank-level panel data in asia. Super-size banks: Is risk-taking rewarding?. What determines bank productivity? International evidence on the impact of banking competition, bank regulation, and the global financial crisis. The impact of domestic and international monetary policy news on U.S. and German Bank stocks. What are the challenges and problems facing china’s outward portfolio Investment? evidence from the qualified domestic institutional investor scheme. Are there return and volatility spillovers from major bank stocks to the national stock market in the UK?. Economic impact of eurozone sovereign debt crisis on developing asia. Financial integration and foreign banks in Latin America: How do they impact the transmission of external financial shocks?. Eurozone debt crisis: Implications for the Indian banking sector. Corporate governance and intra-group transactions in european bank holding companies during the crisis. Bank creditor structure and bank risk during liquidity crises: A survey with policy implications. Bank monitoring and acquirer returns: Evidence from the U.S. syndicated loan market. Global Banking, Financial Markets and Crises. International finance review. Global Banking, Financial Markets and Crises. Copyright page. LIST OF CONTRIBUTERS. Subject Index.

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