Global Recession And The New Financial Order
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REVOLUTION By Laurence Neville   The scale of the crisis that has engulfed much of the world since 2008, which—like a virus—has mutated from a financial sector crisis to an economic crisis to a sovereign debt crisis, is so great that it is easy t...
EVOLUTION   By Laurence Neville   Perhaps the defining characteristic of 2012—in contrast to 1987 when Global Finance launched—is the interconnectedness of the world. Globalization spreads ideas and connects markets ...
INNOVATION   By Laurence Neville   No list of influential figures of the past quarter-century would be complete without Soviet premier Mikhail Gorbachev, US president Ronald Reagan and British prime minister Margaret Thatcher—the three most impo...
SUCCESSES   By Laurence Neville   A quick glance at the Fortune 500 for 1987 and 2012 reveals a number of similarities in the ranking of the largest companies in the US: ExxonMobil, GM, Ford, GE and AT&T all feature prominently in both lists. ...
Transformation By Justin Keay How things change. A list of the best business, economics and finance books compiled pre-crisis would probably have focused on up-and-coming Internet companies, how to make a fortune on the stock exchange, how to invest suc...
MODERNIZATION   By Justin Keay   Back in 1987 the main recipients of foreign direct investment were developed markets, plus some of Asia's miracle economies. Emerging markets barely featured. Today Russia and Poland are in the top 25 along with In...
THE SANDS OF TIME By Valentina Pasquali   A look at how the fates have dealt with those firms that advertised in the October 1987 inaugural issue of Global Finance.    AT&T was bought by SBC Communications ...
CHANGE IS IN THE AIR   By Jonathan Gregson   The emergence of universal banks fueled the trend toward globalization over the past 25 years, but the recent crises have been their undoing.   In the past 25 years major banks became truly gl...
UNDERMINING THE CULT OF EQUITY   By Jonathan Gregson   As alternative investments become mainstream and returns diminish, the traditional bias toward equity investment is being challenged like never before.   Even before globalization be...
WHO'S REGULATING THE REGULATORS?   By Justin Keay   Regulation tends to be reactionary: Regulators get in on the game after events have already happened. The jury is still out on the effectiveness of a lot of the regulation introduced in the ...
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