International Financial Market Integration
Editor: Stanley R. Stansell
Contributing co-authors: Carl Scheraga, John A. Haslem and Anthony J. Stagliano
Carl Scheraga, with John A. Haslem and Anthony J. Stagliano, is a contributing author, "The Foreign and Domestic Balance Sheet Strategies of U.S. Banks in a Changing Environment".
Book description: The rapid growth of international financial markets and their increasing integration has created a unique set of problems in the understanding of international finance. This book surveys the many aspects of financial market integration. The markets examined range from those of developed countries such as the US, Japan and European countries to less developed countries. A section on the emerging markets in the CIS and Baltic States has also been included. Areas covered include capital market segmentation, an examination of the US banks, international financial market integration and commercial sheet strategies of US banks, international financial market integration and commercial banks, the European monetary system, international integration of the CIS and Baltic States emanating from the USSR, an overview of Japanese finance, international transmission of stock market movements and international capital markets.
Scheraga, Carl, John A. Haslem and Anthony J. Stagliano. "The Foreign and Domestic Balance Sheet Strategies of U.S. Banks in a Changing Environment," in International Financial Market Integration, ed. Stanley R. Stansell (London: Basil Blackwell), 1993.
Stansell, Stanley R.; Scheraga, Carl A.; Haslem, John A.; and Stagliano, Anthony J., "International Financial Market Integration" (1993). Business Faculty Book Gallery. 30.