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  • Author:
    Benn Steil
  • ISBN:
    1899658106
  • ISBN13:
    978-1899658107
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  • Publisher:
    Brookings Inst Pr (February 1, 1996)
  • Pages:
    300 pages
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    International
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The European Equity Markets book. Benn Steil is an American economist and writer. He was educated at Nuffield College, Oxford and at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

The European Equity Markets book. Steil is the senior fellow and director of international economics at the Council on Foreign Relations. He has been awarded the Hayek Prize and the Spear's Book Award.

Written by a group of renowned specialists, under the direction of Benn Steil, this book will illuminate the workings of the European equity markets and shape the public policy agenda for th. .ISBN13:9781899658114.

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The European Equity Markets: The State of the Union and an Agenda for the Millennium. This article is a reexamination of the clearing and settlement process in financial markets (particularly the futures market) and its performance during the 1987 stock market crash. It provides both some institutional background and some conceptual perspective on the problems faced by the system during the week of October 19.

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Cite this chapter as: Schwartz . Steil B. (2001) Institutional Investor Trading Practices and Preferences. eds) The Electronic Call Auction: Market Mechanism and Trading.

31 Laurence, Henry, Money Rules: The Politics of Finance in Britain and Japan (Ithaca, . Cornell University Press, 2001); Steil, Benn, e. The European Equity Markets: The State of the Union and an Agenda for the Millennium (London: RHA, 1996).

--, and Andrew K. Rose, 1996, Currency Crashes in Emerging Markets: An Empirical Treatment, Journal of International Economics, Vol. 41 (November), pp. 351–68.

Benn Steil has written a fascinating book with far-reaching consequences. In seeing the creation of the postwar economic system through the prism of the harsh interaction between Keynes and White, he makes complicated financial issues easy to fathom.

The European Union is the largest trade block in the world. It is the world's biggest exporter of manufactured goods and services, and the biggest import market for over 100 countries. Free trade among its members was one of the EU's founding principles. This is possible thanks to the single market.

This comprehensive and unprecedented book investigates the barriers to European equity market integration which will remain after 1996. It represents the culmination of a major international research effort, sponsored by the European Capital Markets Institute. Written by a group of renowned specialists, under the direction of Benn Steil, this book will illuminate the workings of the European equity markets and shape the public policy agenda for the coming millennium.The authors provide in-depth and original analyses of European equity trading, institutional investment, market regulation, corporate governance, pension funds, capital standards, accounting issues, clearance and settlement, and the European single currency. Market practitioners, policymakers, regulators, researchers, and students will find it an invaluable guide to the most dynamic sector of the European single market.In addition to Benn Steil, the authors are Erik Berglof, Frederick Choi, Richard Dale, E. Philip Davis, Jeffrey Frankel, Ian Giddy, Richard Levich, Marco Pagano, Anthony Saunders, Robert Schwartz, Ingo Walter, and Simon Wolfe.