The Global Securities Market: A History

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INTRODUCTION
1. J. P. Raines, Economists and the Stock Market: Speculative Theories of Stock Market Fluctuations (Cheltenham, 2000), p. 1; cf. pp. 1–2, 23, 28, 45, 54–7, 69, 73, 92–3, 99, 106, 109, 111, 149.
2. P. J. Drake, Money, Finance and Development (Oxford, 1980), pp. 34–6, 192–3, 215.
3. N. Dimsdale and M. Prevezer (eds.), Capital Markets and Corporate Governance (Oxford, 1994), pp. 14, 71–2, 80, 179–83, 191, 295–9; F. Allen and D. Gate, Comparing Financial systems (Cambridge Mass. 2000) p. 50.
4. R. J. Schiller, Irrational Exuberance (New York, 2001), pp. 9, 12, 35, 38, 60–1, 182, 188–9, 193, 195, 228, 233, 246.
5. J. Kay, The Truth About Markets (London, 2004), pp. 10, 223, 249, 268, 335, 337, 339, 353, 357–8, 362–3, 370, 373.
6. For example R. Levine and S. Zervos, 'Stock Markets, Banks, and Economic Growth' and T. G. Rajan and L. Zingales, 'Financial Dependence and Growth', American Economic Review, 88 (1988); and P. L. Rousseaux and R. Sylla, 'Financial Systems, Economic Growth, and Globalization', in M. D. Bordo, A. M. Taylor, and J. G. Williamson (eds.), Globalization in Historical Perspective (Chicago, 2003).
7. N. Ferguson, The Cash Nexus: Money and Power in the Modern World, 1700–2000 (London, 2001), pp. 166, 310; V. Tanzi and L. Schuknecht, public spending in the 20th century (Cambridge 2000) pp. 64–6. For the effects on stocks and bonds over the course of the 20th century and in different countries see E. Dimson, P. Marsh and M. Slanton, Triumph of the optimists: 101 years of Global Invesment Returns (Princeton 2002) pp. 229, 313.
8. For a recent overview of the importance of globalization see Bordo, Taylor, and Williamson (eds.), Globalization in Historical Perspective. This includes a number of chapters specifically on financial systems.
9. H. C. Reed, The Pre-Eminence of International Financial Centres (New York, 1981), pp. 18–19, 28–9, 93, 131–9.
10. R. Roberts (ed.), International Financial Centres (Aldershot, 1994), vol. 2, pp. 146–7, 173.
11. For a general history of stock markets see L. Neal, 'On the historical Development of Stock Markets', in H. Brezinski and M. Fritsch (eds.), The Emergence and Evolution of Markets (Cheltenham, 1997).
12. L. Oxelheim, Financial Markets in Transition: Globalization, Investment and Eco- nomic Growth (London, 1996), p. 417.

CHAPTER 1
1. For the medieval developments see C. P. Kindleberger, A Financial History of Western Europe (London, 1984), pp. 34, 39, 184; J. Bernard, 'Trade and Finance in

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