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نتایج جستجو برای Female bankers

تعداد نتایج: 186248  
2007
Roberta Kimmel,

The notion of business development as a partial cure to the economic condition of blacks is not a new one, but black leaders have never unanimously agreed that business ownership is an effective instrument of economic success. The violence and civil disorders of the 1960s, however, spurred strong interest in programs to develop and promote both urban black business and black-owned and controlle...

2008
Robert M. May, Simon A. Levin, George Sugihara,

‘Tipping points’, ‘thresholds and breakpoints’, ‘regime shifts’ — all are terms that describe the flip of a complex dynamical system from one state to another. For banking and other financial institutions, the Wall Street Crash of 1929 and the Great Depression epitomize such an event. These days, the increasingly complicated and globally interlinked financial markets are no less immune to such ...

1999
John Taylor,

For the majority of my professional life, I have had the good fortune to be simultaneously involved both as a participant in, and as an academic observer of, central banks. Today, and as is suitable for this occasion and audience, I shall be primarily emphasising my academic observations. Nevertheless, my study of central bank behaviour is inevitably informed and coloured by my previous years a...

2005
David Gaddis Ross,

I model the principal-agent problem in a banking context, where the agent must not only be induced to exert costly unveri…able e¤ort but also to exercise …duciary discretion in lending money on behalf of an employing bank. I show that the spread in wage outcomes necessary to induce …duciary discretion may be prohibitively expensive; instead, the bank may opt for a second-best solution where exc...

Journal: :Nature 2008
Robert M May, Simon A Levin, George Sugihara,

‘Tipping points’, ‘thresholds and breakpoints’, ‘regime shifts’ — all are terms that describe the flip of a complex dynamical system from one state to another. For banking and other financial institutions, the Wall Street Crash of 1929 and the Great Depression epitomize such an event. These days, the increasingly complicated and globally interlinked financial markets are no less immune to such ...

2011
Bruce B. Cahan,

As complex organisms, modern cities monitor their financial health and longevity, like Olympic athletes and hospital patients. The banking system encircles and ensnares people, buildings and environments defining cities, credit rating some higher, no matter their quality of life, disaster mitigation, infrastructure buffers or exposures. This paper explores technologies for smart cities to use t...

2014
Anjan Thakor,

This paper develops a theory of financial crises that explains why crises should be expected to follow periods of sustained lending booms and high banking profitability. When the behavior of agents is affected by the availability heuristic and there is a long period of sustained banking profitability, all agents—banks as well as those who fund banks and those who regulate them—end up in an “ava...

2008
Karlyn Mitchell, Mark D. Walker,

We investigate determinants of bankers’ presence on boards of non-financial corporations, factors contributing to their appointments, and bankers’ effect on leverage, investment, and Tobin’s Q following board-appointments. We use a unique data set comprising financially-distressed, undistressed, constrained and unconstrained firms of all asset-sizes. We find banker-board-appointments are positi...

Journal: :Regulation 1986
R D Eckert,

SINCE DECEMBER 1982, when it became clear that Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) could be transmitted by blood transfusion, the blood bankers and their federal regulators have been unwaveringly optimistic that the spread of this lethal new disease by transfusion could be controlled. In June 1983, Edward Carr, the president of the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) said "there i...

2011
Himani Sharma,

Today, e-banking is used as a strategic tool by the global banking sector to attract and retain customers. The present paper is the outcome of an empirical study conducted with the objective of investigating bankers’ views regarding ebanking. It covers bankers’ perspectives on e-banking activities of respondents, impact of e-banking and promotional measures used by banks to promote ebanking. Th...