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How does the geographic spread of a bank’s subsidiaries affect its value?

Georgios Efthyvoulou

Our new research show that the values of banks in emerging countries are highly responsive to their internationalisation strategies From the mid-1990s and up until the onset of the global financial crisis, the internationalisation of financial institutions increased dramatically. The main contributing factors to this phenomenon were the liberalisation and deregulation of financial markets, the higher demand for international financial … Continue reading

4 June 2018 by
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What is money for?

To meet collective societal challenges, and to respond to future recessions, a different way of thinking about money is required One particular exchange from the inaugural SPERI conference in 2012 has always stuck in my mind. After Colin Hay’s opening address, Bob Jessop asked him, ‘what is your theory of money?’ At the time I thought this was distractingly abstract, … Continue reading

5 April 2016 by
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Registration now open for ‘Andrew Haldane In Conversation’

The Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI) is holding the second of its ‘In Conversation’ evenings at 6pm, Thursday 20 February 2014 in Firth Hall, University of Sheffield. This time, Professor Andrew Gamble (University of Cambridge and Chair of SPERI’s International Advisory Board) will engage Andrew Haldane (Executive Director for Financial Stability, Bank of England) in conversation about the financial … Continue reading

2 January 2014 by
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