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Paper for presentation at Economic History Society Annual Conference, 28-30 March 2008, University of Nottingham Britain and the end of the first globalization: ‘financial crisis’, contagion and the British financial system authorsPaper for presentation at Economic History Society Annual Conference, 28-30 March 2008, University of Nottingham Britain and the end of the first globalization: ‘financial crisis’, contagion and the British financial system authors
Britain and the end of the first globalization: ‘financial crisis’, contagion and the British financial system
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I. Introduction The objective of this study is to measure and explain the measured variation in the performance and productive efficiency of Mauritian commercial banks in the post-financial liberalisation period. A wI. Introduction The objective of this study is to measure and explain the measured variation in the performance and productive efficiency of Mauritian commercial banks in the post-financial liberalisation period. A w
These reforms were geared towards the liberalisation of the financial system in order to enhance efficiency in the mobilisation and allocation of financial resources
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Islamic banks have introduced more than forty Islamic financial products to their customers, such as accepting demand and time deposits, cash transfers, cashing cheques, foreign currency exchange services
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American society that involved geographic regions. During the Gilded Age, conflicts centered on ethnicity and social class. Conversely, the conflicts of the 1920s were primarily cultural, pitting a more cosmopolitan, modernist
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