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Money and the Space Economy

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ISBN-10: 0471983470

ISBN-13: 9780471983477

Edition: 1999

Authors: Ron L. Martin

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In the first part of the century, economics was based on industry. At the end of the century, money and the money markets are an industry in their own right. This book explores the geography of the international flow of money.
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Book details

Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/12/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 348
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Money and the Economic Landscape
Stages of Banking Development and the Spatial Evolution of Financial Systems
The Development of Financial Centres: Location, Information Externalities and Path Dependence
Securing a Foothold in the Sands of Finance: Centralisation and Decentralisation of Monetary Structures
Credit Flows and the Spatial Organisation of the Financial System: The UK and Germany
The Restructuring of British Retail Finance Space
Selling Off the State: Privatisation and the Space Economy of Shareholding
Redrawing the Boundaries
Private Pensions and Urban Development
Financing Entreprenuership: Venture Capital and Regional Development in Europe and the USA
Local Financial Systems and Regional Industrial Development: The Italian Case
Corporate Recapitalisations and the Economic Landscape: Leveraged Buyouts in the Food Retail Sector
International Banking Centres, Foreign Banks and the Space Economy
Globalisation, Regulation and the Changing Organisation of Retail Banking in Britain and the USA
The Crisis of Territorial Embeddedness of International Financial Markets
Offshore Onshore: Re-Shaping the Financial Regulatory Landscape
The Hypermobility of Capital and the Collapse of the Keynesian State