Domestic Choices,International Markets

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The internationalization of financial markets moved to center stage in the international political economy during the 1980s. These markets affect trade, investment, venture enterprises, growth, and competitiveness. Domestic Choices, International Markets uses the internationalization and liberalization of securities markets to examine interdependence, leadership, and the mechanisms of change in an increasingly global political economy. Most emphasize the interdependence of the world's financial markets to explain...
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Overview

The internationalization of financial markets moved to center stage in the international political economy during the 1980s. These markets affect trade, investment, venture enterprises, growth, and competitiveness. Domestic Choices, International Markets uses the internationalization and liberalization of securities markets to examine interdependence, leadership, and the mechanisms of change in an increasingly global political economy. Most emphasize the interdependence of the world's financial markets to explain this phenomenon. If this were the case, though, one would expect regulation and transaction costs to converge across markets by competitive deregulation. This has not happened. Significantly, the markets have remained overwhelmingly national with only a modest increase in international activity. In an alternate explanation, Andrew Sobel argues that opening up national doors was really a secondary consequence of policy competitions among sectors of the domestic financial services industry. Changes that occurred earlier in the United States served as examples and constrained the range of choices considered by policy makers in other nations. The author shows how information and reputation networks award disproportionate influence to U.S. actors and institutions. Thus U.S. leadership persists.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780472105069
  • Publisher: University of Michigan Press
  • Publication date: 10/1/1994
  • Pages: 224

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
1 Introduction 1
2 Background 21
3 Breaching the Levee, Waiting for the Flood: Testing Beliefs about the Internationalization of Securities Markets 47
4 Explanations for the Internationalization and Liberalization of Securities Markets 77
5 Patterns of International Political Economic Leadership in Securities Markets 115
6 You Can Never Go Home Again . . . 143
App. A. Chronology of Market Liberalization and Opening Reforms, 1966 to 1994 167
App. B. Interviews 171
App. C. Building a Distribution of Reputation 173
Notes 181
Bibliography 189
Subject Index 203
Name Index 209
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