Academic journal article The Journal of Business Forecasting Methods & Systems

Global Finance 2000

Academic journal article The Journal of Business Forecasting Methods & Systems

Global Finance 2000

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Robert J. Lambrix and Suren S. Singhvi, Global Finance 2000. New York; Conference Board, 1996. By Edward Morain

In the next century, international finance will be more competitive and complex than at any other previous time in history. The nature of this change is captured in Global Finance 2000, a broadbased finance book with over forty essays written by academics and practitioners in the field. Each chapter of the book gives the reader a quick yet insightful look at a particular facet of finance including but not limited to capital asset pricing model, cash flow components, and the use of expert systems in the financial world.

More than just a book about finance, Global Finance 2000 also examines other aspects of business and how they interact with the new and still emerging international financial community. For example, the chapter on "Performance Enhancement Training" looks at various characteristics of peak performers and how the traits of such individuals are shaped in the international financial world of the twenty-first century. …

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