Economic Strategy and National Security: A Next Generation Approach

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sure and strong corporate governance standards in their capital markets. At the same time, U.S. markets must also remain vigilant in maintaining their competitive advantage by pursuing innovative measures that will provide investors around the globe with the most liquid, transparent, and cost effective capital markets possible. Only by providing sophisticated, flexible, and open capital markets that can be used as examples around the globe, can the United States continue its foreign policy leadership in the financial arena.


Notes
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2.
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3.
Davis, Peter. "Dawn of a new era on Wall Street." Booz Allen and Hamilton website ( 1998).
4.
Ip, Greg. "Philadelphia Exchange to Join Nasdaq, Amex." Wall Street Journal, June 1998.
5.
Ip, Greg. "Proposed merger of Nasdaq, Amex may be followed by other markets." Wall Street Journal ( 1998).
6.
Iskandard, Samer, and Edward Luce. "Liffe grasps the nettle of electronic trading." Financial Times, March 10, 1998.
7.
"Caught in the 'Net.'" Open Finance, Summer 1998.
8.
"IT is still changing the face of trading." Financial Times, March 24, 1998.
9.
Yankee Group. Cellular PCS Competitive Licensing Assessment and Global Forecast ( 1999).
10.
Wit Capital website ( 1998).
11.
Murray, Matt. "Bank Mergers' hidden engine: technology." Wall Street Journal, April 23, 1998.
12.
Davis, Peter. "Dawn of a new era on Wall Street." Booz Allen & Hamilton website ( 1998).
13.
"System Overload." Open Finance, Summer 1998.
14.
Pinera, José. "In Chile, they went private 16 years ago." Cato Institute website ( 1998).
15.
Amafore Pensions Research ( 1998).
16.
West, Maureen. "Taking pensions private; key Arizona lawmaker open to reshaping of social security." The Arizona Republic, May 31, 1998.
17.
Waters, Richard. "Institutions becalmed amid Wall Street power shift." Financial Post, June 12, 1998.
18.
"Social Security: And the work goes on." Economist, May 23, 1998.

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