Finance: The Discreet Regulator: How Financial Activities Shape and Transform the World
I. Huault, C. Richard
Springer, Sep 14, 2012 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
The financial sector is the talk of the global village. This book highlights that, before asserting that the institutions of the financial sector deserve to be regulated, one should consider that these very institutions are themselves the discreet regulators of the markets where their activity takes place.
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