Sovereign Wealth Funds: The New Intersection of Money and Politics

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INDEX
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, 11, 55–56, 75, 77, 84–87, 122–133
Akaria Investments, 130
Altria, 109
Arab Boycott Office, 143
Arthur Bell, 79
AT&T, 135
Azerbaijan, 76, 187–191
Banco Santander, 146
Bank of England, 141
BCCI, 84–87, 123
Blackrock, 174
Boeing, 109
Braniff, 123
Brazil, 184–187
British Aerospace, 109, 131, 138
British American Tobacco, 109
British Petroleum, 83–84, 126, 138, 145, 175
Cable and Wireless, 163
Chase Manhattan, 75
Chilean Social and Economic Stabilization Fund, 14
China, 45–46, 77, 80–82, 166–176
China Investment Corporation, 46, 75, 166–176
Citibank, 55, 82, 132, 149, 174
Commodities, 10
Currency appreciation, 13
Deutsche Bank, 75, 135
Dutch Disease, 13, 30–31
European Aeronautic Defense and Space, 109
European Investment Bank, 124
Exchange rates, 31–34
Fannie Mae, 136–137
Federal Reserve, 54–55
Fiscal rules, 8, 35
Fiscal policy, 34–39
China, 193
Kuwait, 35
Norway, 35
Russia, 115–116
Singapore, 160–161
Foreign Sovereigns Immunity Act, 86–87
Freeport McMoran, 109, 174
Gazprom, 194–195
General Motors, 192–193
Goldman Sachs, 55, 144
Government Investment Corporation of Singapore, 56, 160–166
Guinness Brewing, 79
Harvard University, 130
Honeywell, 109
Intercontinental Hotel, 124
Iraq, 147–148
Ireland, 80, 136
Kuwait Investment Authority, 9, 55–56, 79, 83–84, 141
Manchester United, 128
Merrill Lynch, 55, 149
Money supply, 28–31
Morgan Stanley, 174
National Wealth Fund, Russia, 114–115
Nigeria, 43
Norway,
Inflation, 104–107
Investment management, 107–110
Oil, 102–103
Parliamentary Report No. 25, 103–104
Norwegian Global Pension Fund, 22, 55, 106–110

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