Financial markets and institutions in the U.S., U.K., and Canada have developed in fundamentally different directions than those of continental Europe and Asia. How and why have the differences between financial systems emerged? And what have been the effects of the differences on institutions, regulation, foreign investment, and financial markets? Anglo-American Financial Systems examines the fascinating history of finance through the perspectives of 17 leading scholars. Topics include: Comparing the U.S. and Canadian Banking Systems, 1933-1992; The Rise and Fall of the New York Money Market, 1900-1930; Comparative Financial Market Regulation; Financial Integration in the twentieth century United States.
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