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Peeters, Marga

Financial Integration

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. Introduction
Marga Peeters, Nidal R. Sabri, Wassim Shahin

Part II. Monetary Policy Issues

2. Prospects for Monetary Coordination in the Mediterranean Region: More or Larger Monetary Unions?
Wassim Shahin, Elias El-Achkar

3. Foreign Exchange Reserves’ Accumulation and the Impact on the Economies of Algeria and Tunisia
Fatiha Talahite, Samouel Beji

4. Are International Food Price Spikes the Source of Egypt’s High Inflation?
Sherine Al-Shawarby, Hoda Selim

Part III. Fiscal Issues

5. Coordinating Taxation Between the European Union and Other Countries Through Advance Tax-Rulings Systems
Natasa Zunic Kovacevic

6. The Role of Taxation in the Mediterranean Financial Integration
Marco Greggi, Maria Rita Sidoti

Part IV. Financial Markets

7. Arab Stock Markets Integration: The Case Study of Agadir Agreement Countries
Amir Armanious

8. GCC Financial Markets in the Wake of Recent Global Crisis
Mazin A. M. Janabi

Part V. Banking

9. Determinants of Banking Liquidity in South Mediterranean Countries: The Case of Morocco
Imad Hamma, Abdelbar Ejbari

10. Financial Integration, Banking Competition Changes and Financial Stability: The Case of the MENA Region
Arafet Farroukh

Part VI. Social Aspects and Trade Integration

11. Social Economy and Solidarity in the Mediterranean Area: Participation, Sustainability and Revolution
Federica Roccisano

12. Trade, Regional Integration and Economic Growth: MEDA Region and the Western Balkan Countries
Jelena Vapa Tankosić, Srdjan Redžepagić, Miroslav Stojsavljević

Keywords: Economics/Management Science, Financial Economics, Economic Policy, Macroeconomics/Monetary Economics, International Economics, Public Finance & Economics, Regional/Spatial Science

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Financial and Monetary Policy Studies
Page amount
242 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783642356971

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