The Critical Concepts in Finance series brings together the most topical research within the field of Finance. With a collection on Banking and an upcoming collection on Finance in Asia, the series meets the research and reference needs for students and scholars of Banking, Economics and Finance.
Finance in Emerging Markets
The History of Financial Crises
October 19, 2015
To help advanced students and researchers make sense of a large—and rapidly growing—corpus of scholarship and practical thinking on the principles that underpin finance in emerging markets, and the many associated issues and controversies that this topic generates, Routledge announces Finance in ...
David H. Goldenberg
March 13, 2015
'Financial derivatives continue to play a major role in modern, market-based economies across the globe. The necessity to comprehend the economic rationales behind financial derivatives, as well as the purposes for which they were designed, has never been greater. This new four-volume collection ...
D'Maris Coffman, Larry Neal
November 12, 2014
Since 2007, the global financial system has endured extreme turbulence with banks suffering stomach-churning losses, necessitating unbelievable bailouts by national governments. Moreover, the ongoing eurozone crisis has highlighted still further the often dysfunctional interactions between ...
May 22, 2014
It is axiomatic that entities which bring together the factors of production play a vital role in any national economy. But, while entrepreneurial ventures may be a source of growth and innovation, they also face many challenges. In particular, access to finance can place particular constraints on ...
Qiao Liu, Paul Lejot, Douglas Arner
October 01, 2013
Edited by three leading scholars whose expertise spans finance, economics, and law, Finance in Asia is a new collection from Routledge’s Critical Concepts in Finance series. The foundational and cutting-edge scholarship assembled in this easy-to-use, one-stop resource enables users easily to ...
John O. S. Wilson
November 16, 2011
It is almost universally agreed that banks are of central importance for economic growth, the efficient allocation of capital, financial stability, and the competitiveness and development of manufacturing and service sectors. And, at least in recent decades, it has also widely been believed that ...