Banking Reform in Central Europe and the Former Soviet Union

ISBN: 
978-1-85866-038-7
cloth
$51.95 / £31.95
Publication date: 
1995
240 pages

From Berlin to the Bering Strait, the business of banking has sprung to life. This analysis considers the impact of banking reform on macroeconomic stabilization and the suitability of universal banks; the role of banking regulation and the advantages of "narrow banks" during transition; the cleaning up of bad debts; bank privatization; and the reform of the payments system.