Acknowledgements. Preface. Financial Innovations and the Dynamics of Emerging Capital Markets; L.L. Jacque. Part I: Financial Innovations and Systemic Risk. Fads and Fashions in the Policy Response to Financial Market Crises; A. Persaud. Towards a Global Financial Architecture; P. Christoffersen, V. Errunza. The New Capital Adequacy Framework and the Need for Consistent Risk Measures for Financial Institutions; M. Crouhy, D. Galai, R. Mark. Systemic Risk; S.A.C. Gould, S.A. Naftilan, S.J. Khoury, D.J. Wright. Part II: Financial Innovations and Capital Market Integration. The Secondary Market for Latin American Debt; R. Grosse. The Role of American Depositary Receipts in the Development of Emerging Markets; A. Moel. Screening for Blue-Chip Potential during the `Genesis' of Equity Markets; O.S. Kratz. Privatization and Business Valuation in Transition Economies; R. Aggarwal, J.T. Harper. Part III: International Securitization Innovations. Cross-Border Securitization; T. Frankel. A Tale of Two Citis; P.M. Vaaler. The Promise and Limits of Financial Engineering in Emerging Markets; C.A. Hill. Engineering a Way around the Sovereign Ceiling; A. Zissu, C. Stone. Chargeurs Wool: A Case Study in Securitization; A. Hyafil. Part IV: Financial Derivatives Innovations. Insurance: From Underwriting to Derivatives; E. Briys, F. de Varenne. Insurance Derivatives; M.S. Canter, J.B. Cole, R.L. Sandor. Credit Derivatives and Emerging Markets; R. Neal. Contributors. Index.
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Laurent L. Jacque is a Professor of International Finance and Banking and Director of the Program of International Business Relations at the Fletcher School (Tufts University). He is also Professor of Finance and International Business at the HEC School of Management (France).
Paul M. Vaaler is Assistant Professor of International Business, and Director of the Hitachi Center for Technology and International Affairs at the Fletcher School (Tufts University).
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