Palgrave Macmillan Finance presents Finance Through A Global LensAs the global financial climate continues to make headlines, Finance Through a Global Lens provides a platform to spark discussion on global financial markets.
Finance Through a Global Lens features books and articles from academics and practitioners that present research and provide context to the world of Finance and Banking within various regions of Africa, Europe, North America and Asia. Through this campaign, we aim to share our knowledge and dedication to the study of Finance and Banking all while promoting scholarly exchange.
A Global Monetary Plague
The Great Monetary Experiment designed and administered by the Federal Reserve under the Obama Administration unleashed strong irrational forces in global asset markets. The result was a 'monetary plague' which has attacked and corrupted the vital signaling function of financial market prices.
Brendan Brown puts the monetary experiment into a global and historical context, examining in particular Japanese 'folklore of deflation' and the Federal Reserve's first experiment of quantitative easing in the mid-1930s. The author couples analysis from the Austrian school of monetary economics and Chicago monetarism with insights from behavioral finance, and concludes with major proposals for the present and the future, including ideas for monetary reform in the United States, and suggestions for how investors can survive the current market 'plague'.
Palgrave author Brendan Brown spoke with Bloomberg Markets to discuss the current global monetary policy. Watch video here.Find out MoreRead the Sample Chapter
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Palgrave Journals International Finance & Banking Article Collection
*These articles are free to read through December 31, 2015
- International financial regulation and domestic coalitions in state-permeated capitalism: China and global banking rules (International Politics)
- Social reporting and voluntary disclosure in Italian Credit Cooperative Banks (International Journal of Disclosure and Governance)
- Continuous mobile banking usage and relationship commitment – A multi-country assessment (Journal of Financial Services Marketing)
- Consumer trust and confidence in the compliance of Islamic banks (Journal of Financial Services Marketing)
- How Occupy Wall Street Influenced the Reputation of Banks with the Media (Corporate Reputation Review)
- Competition in the banking industry: Empirical evidence from Ghana (Journal of Banking Regulation)
- Central Bank Policies in Mexico: Targets, Instruments, and Performance (Comparative Economic Studies)
- EU financial collateral arrangements and re-hypothecation in the shadow of ‘shadow banking’: To further regulate or not? (Journal of Banking Regulation)
- De-internationalizing Global Banking? (Comparative Economic Studies)