Evolving Financial Markets and International Capital Flows: Britain, the Americas, and Australia, 1865-1914

By Lance E. Davis; Robert E. Gallman | Go to book overview

Japan-U.S. Center Sanwa Monographs on International Financial Markets

Selection Committee: Ryzuo Sato, New York University (Ex Officio Chairman and Editor) Akiyoshi Horiuchi, University of Tokyo Paul Krugman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Marti Subrahmanyam, New York University Richard Zeckhauser, Harvard University

The Sanwa Bank has established the Sanwa Bank Research Endowment Fund on International Financial Markets at the Center for Japan-U.S. Business and Economic Studies of the Stern School of Business, New York University, to support research on international financial markets. One part of this endowment is used to offer an award for writing a monograph in this field. The Sanwa award is made annually on a competitive basis by the Selection Committee, and the winning published titles and proposals are listed below.

1992, Richard C. Marston, University of Pennsylvania. International Financial Integration: A Study of Interest Differentials Between the Major Industrial Countries (published 1995), ISBN 0-521-59937-7

1993, Willem H. Buiter, University of Cambridge; Giancarlo Corsetti, University of Bologna; and Paolo A. Pesenti, Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Financial Markets and European Monetary Cooperation: The Lessons of the 1992–1993 Exchange Rate Mechanism Crisis, ISBN 0-521-49547-4, 0-521-79440-4

1994, Lance E. Davis, California Institute of Technology, and the late Robert E. Gallman, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Evolving Financial Markets and International Capital Flows: Britain, the Americas, and Australia, 1865–1914, ISBN 0-521-55352-0

1995, Piet Sercu, University of Leuven, and Raman Uppal, London Business School. Exchange Rate Volatility, Trade, and Capital Flows under Alternative Exchange Rate Regimes, ISBN 0-521-56294-5

1996, Robert P. Flood, International Monetary Fund, and Peter M. Garber, Brown University. Speculative Attacks on Fixed Exchange Rates

1997, Maurice Obstfeld, University of California, Berkeley, and Alan M. Taylor, University of California, Davis. Global Capital Markets: Growth and Integration

1998, Pravin Krishna, Brown University. Regional Trading Blocs and Preferential Trading Systems

1999, Kose John, New York University. Corporate Governance and Agency Problems: Theory and Empirical Evidence

2000, Caroline Fohlin, California Institute of Technology. Financial System Design and Industrial Development: International Patterns in Historical Perspective

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