1 edition of Reciprocity and the unification of the European banking market found in the catalog.
Reciprocity and the unification of the European banking market
|Series||Occasional papers / Group of Thirty -- no. 27, Occasional papers (Group of Thirty) -- no. 27.|
|Contributions||Group of Thirty|
|LC Classifications||HC241 .C76 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
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The single market is a key element of a united Europe, and we also need a single European market for banks. This involves harmonising the rules for banks – wherever it makes sense.
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Daily data for the European Monetary System is then used to explore the importance of non-linearities in the relationship between the exchange rates and fundamentals.
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This claim has some technical implications. Firstly, market discourse is a specific type of discourse that would depend on particular norms of discourse. We propose that reciprocity is a key norm of market discourse that is required to ensure impartiality, as Aristotle observes (Broadie and Rowep.
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Additionally, there exist various groups of depository institutions having similar functions to. No C 59/4 Official Journal of the European Communities regards enforcement are to be found in Article 10 of the Law of 25 Marchwhich contains Title I of the Introductory Book of the Code of Civil Procedure (1).
Where there is no reciprocal convention, a court seised of an application for an order for enforcement 'has jurisdiction over a foreign judgment as to both formFile Size: 6MB.Polanyi argued that in modern market economies, the needs of the market determined social behavior, whereas in pre-industrial and primitive economies the needs of society determined economic behavior and the structure of markets.
Polanyi reintroduced the concepts of reciprocity and redistribution in human economic relationships.Financial Markets and Institutions Sine che t fi rst edition of this book, the world’s fi nancial system has been through its greatest crisis for a century. What made this crisis unique is that severe fi nancial 3 Th e European banking system 10 4.