5 edition of The role of the international financial centres in underdeveloped countries found in the catalog.
The role of the international financial centres in underdeveloped countries
|Statement||Xabier Gorostiaga ; translated by Annette Honeywell ; with new material added for the English edition by Ludovico Alcorta and Vivianne Prochazka.|
|Contributions||Alcorta, Ludovico., Prochazka, Vivianne.|
|LC Classifications||HG3881 .G6176 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||83040177|
Without access to the international financial system, corrupt public officials throughout the world would not be able to launder and hide the proceeds of looted state assets. Major financial centres urgently need to put in place ways to stop their banks and cooperating offshore financial centres from absorbing illicit flows of money. The patterns and dynamics of contemporary financial capitalism are mirrored in micro-production structures of finance in international financial centres (IFCs). Applying the global production network framework allows for analyses of these structures in greater detail, better illuminating the industry’s organization, its locally anchored Cited by:
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This reissue, first published inpresents a study of the key phenomenon of global banking, carried out from special financial centres in underdeveloped countries, which contributed heavily to the contemporary debt crisis.
This book gathers together previously disparate and unpublished data to. Get this from a library. The role of the international financial centres in underdeveloped countries. [Xabier Gorostiaga; Ludovico Alcorta; Vivianne Prochazka; Centro de Economía Transnacional.] -- This aims to demonstrate the growing importance of the International Financial Centres in underveloped countries and their specific role in the transnational economic system of today.
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