International Financial Centres after the Global Financial Crisis and Brexit (inbunden)
Inbunden (Hardback)
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OUP Oxford
Wjcik, Dariusz
236 x 157 x 25 mm
599 g
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International Financial Centres after the Global Financial Crisis and Brexit

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This book uses the epochal events of the financial crisis and Brexit to examine post-2008 developments in international financial centres. It considers the hierarchy of financial centres, the medium-term effects of the financial crisis, and the rise of new technology.
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Simone Franzi, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Journal of Urban Affairs This is a valuable contribution not just to geographers but also to urban planners, economists, and other social scientists interested in the evolution of particular financial centers...[T]he multidisciplinary approach of the book, in addition to increasing its richness, also enhances its accessibility to a wide range of readers. International Financial Centres after the Global Financial Crisis and Brexit is thus a pleasing and informativeread for anybody who is interested in finance, financial history, or urban development.

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Dariusz Wojcik is Professor of Economic Geography at the School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford University, and Fellow of St Peters College Oxford. His research focuses on finance, globalization, and urban and regional development. He has published several books and over fifty articles, and serves on the editorial board of Economic Geography, the Journal of Economic Geography and GeoJournal. His recent books include The Geography of Finance: Corporate Governance in a Global Marketplace (OUP, 2007) and The Global Stock Market: Issuers, Investors and Intermediaries in an Uneven World (OUP, 2011). He is the co-editor of the New Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography (OUP, 2018). He has held visiting positions at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Hong Kong University, National University of Singapore, Beijing Normal University, and the University of Sydney, and convened the Global Conference on Economic Geography 2015. Youssef Cassis is Professor of Economic History at the European University Institute, in Florence. His work mainly focuses on banking and financial history, as well as business history more generally. His most recent publications include Capitals of Capital: A History of International Financial Centres, 1780-2005 (Cambridge University Press, 2006, 2nd revised edition, 2009), Crises and Opportunities: The Shaping of Modern Finance (OUP, 2011), and, with Philip Cottrell, Private Banking in Europe: Rise, Retreat and Resurgence (OUP, 2015). He has also recently co-edited, with Richard Grossman and Catherine Schenk, The Oxford Handbook of Banking and Financial History, (OUP, 2016). Professor Cassis was the cofounder, in 1994, of Financial History Review (Cambridge University Press).


1: Youssef Cassis: Introduction: A Global Overview from a Historical Perspective 2: Richard Sylla: New York: Remains a, if not the, Pre-eminent International Financial Centre 3: Richard Roberts: London: Downturn, Recovery and New Challenges - but still Pre-eminent 4: Laure Quennouelle-Corre: Paris: The Possibility of Revival as an International Financial Centre 5: Eike W. Schamp: Frankfurt: A Tale of Resilience in the Crises 6: Tobias Straumann: Zurich and Geneva: The End of the Golden Age 7: David R. Meyer: Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Beijing: China's Contenders for Global Financial Centre Leadership 8: Karen P.Y. Lai: Singapore: Connecting Asian Markets with Global Finance 9: Sayuri Shirai: Tokyo: Still Below its Potential as a Global Financial Centre 10: Dariusz Wojcik and Theodor F. Cojoianu: Conclusions: A Global Overview from a Geographical Perspective