© 1991

The Politics of the Financial Services Revolution

The USA, UK and Japan

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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Michael Moran
    Pages 121-139
  3. Back Matter
    Pages 140-168

About this book


The financial services revolution has transformed what was once a backwater into a glamorous and dangerous part of modern economies. Intense competition and ferocious struggles for advantage in world markets are the signs of revolutionary change. Michael Moran's book breaks new ground by examining the politics of that revolution. Moran compares the struggles between private interests and public agencies in three great world financial centres - New York, London and Tokyo.


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About the authors

Michael Moran is Professor of Government at the University of Manchester Business School. A Fellow of the British Academy he writes on British politics, and on wider issues in political economy. The 3rd edition of his widely used textbook, Politics and Governance in the UK, is now in preparation.

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