Slawomir Ireneusz Bukowski
December 20, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 144 Pages - 40 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367191122 - CAT# K417416
Series: Banking, Money and International Finance
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This book introduces readers to the world of international financial markets and their integration on a global and regional scale. The author presents the theoretical and practical issues concerning the processes of financial market integration, with a particular focus on the monetary union.
The empirical research results are based on econometric modelling, thus simplifying them for a non-specialist audience, who can instead concentrate on the author’s conclusions, which comprise the results of these complicated research methods. The author outlines the role and functions of financial markets in the economy, in particular the relationship between financial intermediaries and financial markets and tackles the question of integration of new EU member countries’ financial markets within the Eurozone. The integration of financial markets in an international context is inevitable and the author argues that we must learn how to benefit from it from in terms of economic growth.
This book will be a valuable resource for students of economics and finance, particularly those studying financial management and international business and finance, as well as professionals in these fields. Further, this book will be of interest to anyone looking to discover more about the problems of globalization and the integration of financial markets in the modern economy.
1. The Role and Functions of Financial Markets in Economy 2. Integration of Financial Markets on International Scale 3. The Role of Financial Market Integration in the Monetary Union 4. The Measures of Financial Market Integration on International Scale 5. What Are the Degrees of Financial Market Integration Within the EMU? 6. Is the Integration of Financial Markets One of the Necessary Criteria of the Advantageous Monetary Integration? (the case of equity markets in Slovenia and Slovakia) 7. Financial Market Integration of the Potential Candidate Countries to the EMU with Euro Area Financial Markets (Case Study: Equity Markets)