Global Information Technology and Competitive Financial Alliances: Table of Contents.
1: Financial Institutions, Alliances, IT, and Economic Growth.
2: Investment in IT and the Business Performance of Financial Companies.
3: Recent Development of Information Technology in Japanese Banks.
4: Payment Systems of Financial Institutions: Current State and Future Prospects.
5: Financial Innovation and Economic Growth: Some Further Evidence from the UK, 1900-2003.
6: Financial Markets in the IT Age.
7: Malliavin Calculus for the Estimation of the U.S. Dollar/Euro Exchange Rate When the Volatility Is Stochastic.
8: Evolution of the Euro and Currency Competition in the Global ICT Age.
9: Co-Integration of the International Capital Markets with the Use of Information Technology: The Case of Europe.
10: International Capital Movements, Currency Crisis, and ICT Innovation.
11: Volatility Spillover Structure of Stock and Foreign Exchange Market Between Korea, Japan, and Hong Kong.
12: Financial Innovations and IT.
13: Trade Liberalization and International Performance of Australian Manufacturing Industries and ITs.
14: Recent Developments of Digital Cash Projects in Japan.
15: Money Is What Money Does: Prospects for an Electronic Money Payment System in Japan.
16: Investment in IT Stocks by Japanese Life Insurers.
17: The Roles of IT in the Conduct of Modern Monetary Policy.
18: The Role and Future of Local Currency and IT.
19: Security, Law, and IT.
20: Integrity and Security in the E-Century.
21: Legal Concerns Against Auctions and Securities Conventions: A Japanese Perspective.
Glossary of Terms.
About the Authors.