Global Information Technology and Competitive Financial Alliances, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1591408830
  • ISBN-13: 9781591408833
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 321 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2005 | Published/Released October 2006
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2005

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Overview

The IT revolution has made it possible for financial enterprises to become allies with each other, and to increase efficiency and profit as well as to develop more fruitful business concepts and practices. Along with the IT revolution, alliances have become indispensable and necessary. Global Information Technology and Competitive Financial Alliances addresses the relationship between IT and financial enterprise alliances in detail, by focusing on current issues in this field, as well as future options for growth and development, relative to conditions in the world. Global Information Technology and Competitive Financial Alliances satisfies the needs of scholars in various fields, policy makers, and business personnel worldwide.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Global Information Technology and Competitive Financial Alliances: Table of Contents.
Preface.
Acknowledgments.
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.
Index.