Eastern European Banking

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Chapman & Hall, 1994 - Banks and banking - 406 pages
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At a time when the economies of Eastern Europe are in a state of flux, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the Eastern European banking industry. The unique blend of purely factual material and sections dealing with more conceptual issues provides first class reference information and a concise update on issues of practical relevance.

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Contents

Introduction
3
Is the market economy an appropriate system for Eastern
25
The importance of IT to Eastern European banks
31
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About the author (1994)

James Essinger is a member of the Institute of Public Relations and has been a practising public relations consultant since 1984. He is the author of more than 25 business books, including the ITP publication The Seven Deadly Skills of Competing, which he co-authored with Helen Wylie.

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