English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Experiences and tendencies which is manifested at european and mondial banking system level Iordache, Floarea

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  • Experiences and tendencies which is manifested at european and mondial banking system level
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  • Iordache, Floarea
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  • By the end of twentieth century, the classic patterns of capital development i.e. the banking and the capital stock and extra stock exchange markets models (the cases of Western Europe and Japan as well as the case of North America) could be identified easily. At the end of twentieth century and the beginning of the XXI century, the divide between traditional domain of financial integration is diluted due to the progressive globalization and processes of financial. The banking system-one of the main pillar of financial-economic system illustrates its crucial vital role in the modern economy currently under the effect of continuous profound mutations. In this exhibition we will highlight some of them.
  • globalization; monetary market; integration
  • RePEc:ris:sphedp:2009_037
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  • English
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