Special Report on
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Financial Regulation International - Trends
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Robert Aliber, professor emeritus of International Economics and Finance, University of Chicago Booth School of Business The last 40 years have been the most turbulent in 300 years of monetary history, with four waves of financial crisis sweeping through the financial system during this short period of time, said Robert Aliber, professor emeritus of International Economics and Finance at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, during his speech. The first wave took place in 1982 when the MBA countries – Mexico, Brazil and Argentina – and other developing countries were the worst affected, the ...
During the last decade, the global economy has experienced strong growth and remarkable increase of financial flows. The international sector has been characterized by the increased complexity of products traded and the market development that transfer risks between entities in order to bring more and more, the products to the specific needs financing or investment agents. The steady improvement in financial knowledge and technological advances enabled the creation of more complex products in search of higher returns, it probably will produce a parallel advance in the techniques of ... Read More
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