Banking in the U.S.: An Annotated Bibliography

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Scarecrow Press, 1990 - Business & Economics - 164 pages
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Deuss has compiled this annotated bibliography in response to the increased need for up-to-date sources of information in the banking field. This is a listing of basic books in the history, organization, regulation, and management of U.S. banks and banking for the scholar, teacher, or student; for the practicing banker or others concerned with the financial services industry; and for banking, business, or academic libraries. The focus is on books published in English since 1984. Chapters cover commercial banking, savings institutions, investment banking, and the Federal Reserve System. Included are annual reports, periodicals, and serials. Also listed are such research tools as bibliographies, indexes, yearbooks, and statistical sources.
 

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Contents

1 GENERAL TEXTS
1
2 HISTORY
7
3 FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
16
4 COMMERCIAL BANKING
24
5 INVESTMENT BANKING
45
6 SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS
48
7 LAW AND REGULATION
55
8 BANK MANAGEMENT
70
12 SERIALS
102
B Directories Yearbooks and Annual Reports
107
C Periodicals and Newspapers
120
D Services
130
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
135
BANKING LANDMARKS A CHRONOLOGY
137
REGULATORY AGENCIES AND OFFICES
141
SELECTED LIST OF TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
144

9 BANK AUTOMATION
92
10 STATISTICS
95
11 BIBLIOGRAPHIES DICTIONARIES AND ENCYCLOPEDIAS
97

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About the author (1990)

Jean Deuss (M.S., Columbia University) is the retired chief librarian of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York Research Library. She edited Banking and Finance Collections (Haworth, 1984).

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