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Contributors

  • Foreword
    Pr. Seamus Grimes

About the Book

This book is a short economic history of International Financial Centers (IFC) in the last Millenium, from the first medieval international fairs to contemporary IFCs. It explains how finance practices developped from humble debut in the last millenium accross geographies. The book reviews the key ingredients for success and sometimes failure of these truly extraordinary professionals who changed the world. The book has been written for a large international audience.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgement
Foreword by Pr. Seamus Grimes
Introduction
Chapter 1. From the Annual Fairs of the 11th Century to Early International Banking
Chapter 2. The Domination of the Mediterranean Region
Chapter 3. The shift toward the North of Europe in the 16th Century
Chapter 4. The Transatlantic New Financial Order in the 18th Century
Chapter 5. Pools, Bots and Trolls
Chapter 6. Uninvited Guests to the Party
Conclusion
Maps
Graphs
Acronyms
Bibliography
Index

The Physical Object

Format Hardcover
Number of pages 339
Dimensions 23.6 x 16 x 2.3 centimeters
Weight 400 grams

ID Numbers

Open Library OL25946600M
ISBN 13 9789813108820
Amazon UK 9813108827
Harvard University Library 981-3108-82-7

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