Centres and Peripheries in Banking: The Historical Development of Financial Markets

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P. L. Cottrell
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Jan 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 326 pages
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This volume has brought together a number of papers from a conference in Stockholm in 2002, Centres and Peripheries in Banking, focusing on the specific role of banks in economic integration and the building of financial networks.
 

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Contents

Mercantile Credit
13
The Rise of Hong Kong and Tokyo as International Financial
81
USA and Britain
103
The Introduction of the
123
The Banque de France and the Emergence of a National
143
Personal and Impersonal Exchange The Role of Reputation in
177
Merchants and Credit in the Southern and Eastern Baltic
211
Lender of Last Resort in a Peripheral Economy with a Fixed
223
The Archives of a German Commercial Bank as a Mirror
253
A Case Study of the
263
Using History and Storytelling in Mergers
277
Bibliography
299
Index
319
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