Shadow banking : scope, origins and theories / edited by Anastasia Nesvetailova.

Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018.
x, 250 pages ; 24 cm.


  • Routledge critical studies in finance and stability ; 11. [More in this series]
  • Routledge critical studies in finance and stability
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction -- Shadow banking: the political economy of financial innovation / Anastasia Nesvetailova -- Scoping the shadow banking system -- Shadow banking: a view from the USA / Zoltan Pozsar -- The tranformation of banking / Robert Guttmann -- How shadow banking became non-bank finance : the conjuctural power of economic ideas / Ewald Engelen -- Shadow banking, German banking and the question of political order / Oliver Kessler and Benjamin Wilhelm -- Shadow banking in China: instruments, issues, trends / Jianjun Li and Sara Hsu -- The two shadow banking systems in Russia / Natalia Kaurova -- Crisis and beyond. shadow banking and its origins -- The shadow banking system during the financial crisis of 2007-08 : a comparison of the US and the EU / Antoine Bouveret -- European money market funds : a study of the market micro-processes / Viktoria Baklanova and Joseph Tanega -- Shadow connections : on hierarchies of collateral in shadow banking / Daniela Gabor -- Investment funds, shadow banking and systemic risk / Elias Bengtsson -- Banking on the future : the structural demand for financial innovation -- Why overcapitalization drives banks into the shadows / Jan Toporowski -- The future for the top 1% : the real role of hedge funds in the subprime crisis / Photis Lysandrou -- The economy of deferral and displacement : finance, shadow banking and fiscal arbitrage / Ronen Palan, Mike Rafferty and Duncan Wigan -- Shadow banking and the challenges for central banks / Thorvald Grung Moe -- Conclusion -- Shadow banking : into the limelight / Anastasia Nesvetailova.
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  • 1138201537 (hardback)
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