Banking in Transition East Germany After Unification by Na Na
  

Banking in Transition East Germany After Unification

Written by Na Na
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Part of the Studies in Economic Transition Series

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Synopsis

Banking in Transition East Germany After Unification by Na Na

This book examines whether transplanting banks from outside can solve the problems involved in creating a well-functioning market economy, looking especially at the virtual complete takeover of East German banks by their Western counterparts after unification. Drawing on a wide range of English and German sources, and fieldwork interviews across Germany, it argues that there are no quick fix solutions for the transition to a market. Implications are discussed for East Germany and for other previously centrally planned economies, and for the global implications of foreign ownership in banking.

About the Author

Gregg S. Robins is Global EMU Project Head for Citibank in Geneva, Switzerland.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
287 pages

Author

Na Na
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Publisher

Palgrave Macmillan an imprint of Palgrave USA

Publication date

20th May 2000

ISBN

9780312223922


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