The City in Europe and the World
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|Format: ||Paperback, 240 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 06 January 2006|
Presents a collection of essays on the place of the City of London's financial markets in Europe and the world, its relationship with government and the political economy, the euro, regulation, and ethics. This book draws on contributions from academics, politicians, and industry practitioners.
Table of Contents
Contents Foreword Peter Mandelson Contributors Acknowledgments About the ERF 1. The Political Economy of the City Stephen Barber 2. Economic and Structural Developments of Financial Markets: the Lisbon strategy and beyond Graham Bishop 3. European Rhetoric and European Reality: the financial services action plan Chris Huhne 4. No Euro please, We're British L.V. Spagnolo and Mario Cerrato 5. The Euro in British Politics Brendan Donnelly 6. The Political Power of Economic Ideas: understanding relations between 'New Labour and the City in the post-war era Patrick Diamond 7. Conservatives and the City Howard Flight 8. The Private Finance Initiative: issues and prospects Sanjiv Sachdev 9. Developments in Global Foreign Exchange Mario Jung and Agnes Oestreich 10. Governing the City of London in a Global Era: the promise and problems of transgovernmental regulatory networks Richard Woodward 11. The Changing Ethics of the City Alex Brassey 12. Financial exclusion: an approach to economic development for global cities Alice Rogers and Alexandra Forter 13. The City of London, its Bankers and Eastern Europe Giancarlo Perasso 14. The Future of the City in Europe Angela Knight
About the Author
Stephen Barber is Research Director of the European Research Forum at London Matropolitan University.
"The City was slow to wake up to the implications of the European single financial market, and even now the impact is not well understood. These essays help to describe the way the City is adapting to the sometimes conflicting pressures of globalisation and the EU. It is a fascinating story." Sir Howard Davies
European Research Forum at London Metropolitan University|
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