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by N. R. Sabri,Nidal Rashid Sabri

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N. R. Sabri,Nidal Rashid Sabri
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At the beginning of the twenty-first century, the world financial markets, and institutions have new features, and are working in different environments and conditions.

Introduction: Financial crises in a globally integrated economy (. International bank lending and the Asian crises (J. Batten, K. Brown, .

The financial crises moved from one market to another, across geographical locations, as well as across segments of financial systems, including both developed and emerging markets

The financial crises moved from one market to another, across geographical locations, as well as across segments of financial systems, including both developed and emerging markets. This volume is devoted to exploring various aspects of this issue.

Keywords: stock markets, stock market crises, stability of stock market. Sabri, Nidal Rashid, Financial Crises in a Globally Integrated Economy.

16 Pages Posted: 19 Oct 2007. See all articles by Nidal Rashid Sabri. Keywords: stock markets, stock market crises, stability of stock market. com/abstract 1021501. Nidal Rashid Sabri (Contact Author).

Information Page Each volume concentrated on a different policy issue that benefited from comparative .

Each volume concentrated on a different policy issue that benefited from comparative political, legal, economic and social scientific examination. See here for a full list of past volumes of this title. For more information about this series please contact: Publisher Tom Dark. International Financial Systems and Stock Volatility: Issues and Remedies.

The financial and monetary crisis of 1997-98 brings to light the differences more than the analogies between the Asian economies, despite the common collapse of their currencies and stockmarkets

The financial and monetary crisis of 1997-98 brings to light the differences more than the analogies between the Asian economies, despite the common collapse of their currencies and stockmarkets. There was a major contagion ‘effect’, but the actual development of the crisis highlights the peculiarity of each country case as well as the role played by the International Financial Institutions.

Автор: Mercuro Название: International Financial Systems And Stock .

ISBN 13: 9780762308552.

Sabri, Nidal Rashid (2004) Stock Volatility and Market Crisis in Emerging . FDI Policies for development: National and international Perspectives (United Nations.

the Globalization of the World Stock Markets. UNCTAD (2003) World Investments Report 2003; FDI Policies for development: National and international Perspectives (United Nations, New York and Geneva). Emerging stock markets factbook 1999.

At the beginning of the twenty-first century, the world financial markets, and institutions have new features, and are working in different environments and conditions. These are increasing the role of the financial sector in the world economy, integration of the financial markets and institutions, liberalization of related laws and regulations, increasing linkages between sub-segments of financial markets, computerizing of financial markets and institutions, and introducing new instruments and innovative derivatives. The majority of the above changes are considered positive developments in the world economy. However, some of the negative aspects are associated along with the above new conditions. One of the most critical changes is the increased linkage, which may lead to the transmission of high price volatility of stocks, currencies, and inflation, from one economy to another, and in turn may lead to financial crises at certain events and conditions similar to those which occurred in 1987, 1989 and 1997. The financial crises are not confined to a financial market or a financial institution, or a country or a region. There are at present, no generally accepted arguments or explanations for the financial crises that occurred in the last century. The financial crises moved from one market to another, across geographical locations, as well as across segments of financial systems, including both developed and emerging markets. The above features and conditions are creating new challenges; there is an urgent need, therefore, to examine various aspects of financial markets related to stability, risk, and activity, in order to find the most relevant environment and market mechanism that may meet the conditions of stability, liquidity, and efficiency. This volume is devoted to exploring various aspects of this issue.