Comparative in structure and covering an extensive number of transition countries in its survey, this comprehensive book overviews the development of the banking systems in Central and Eastern European since the communist era until the present time. Taking in a range of countries including Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Barisitz - an economist with the Central Bank of Austra - analyzes the evolution of legal foundations, banking supervision, banksa major sources of assets, liabilities, earnings and related changes, banking crises, restructuring, rehabilitation programs, the role of foreign-owned banks and FDI. A significant publication, it is fascinating reading for all those studying and working in the areas of transition economy, macro and monetary economy and economic historyThe state retains important minority stakes in Romanian and Ukrainian credit institutions. ... Bank ownership remains rather opaque in some countries, including Kazakhstan. ... But if development is to be essentially home-grown, the necessary accumulation and transfer of human and financial capital will probably takeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Banking in Central and Eastern Europe 1980-2006|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2007-09-12|