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The Corporate, Real Estate, Household, Government and Non-Bank Financial Sectors Under Financial Stability.

9781787568389

The Corporate, Real Estate, Household, Government and Non-Bank Financial Sectors Under Financial Stability

Indranarain Ramall

Emerald

2019

211 pages

$100.00

Hardcover

The Theory and Practice of Financial Stability; Volume 3

HB3722

The author analyzes the household, corporate, real estate, government, and non-bank financial sectors in terms of financial stability and risk assessment. He considers drivers of household debt, country features related to household debt, the interaction of the household sector with other sectors in an economy, household metrics, and household debt and financial stability; corporate sector classification, financing, balance sheet and ratio analysis, bankruptcy models, contingent claims analysis, challenges, country features, the role of the corporate sector in financial crises, impacts on financial stability, and other aspects; the real estate sector and its composition, the features of commercial real estate loans, the role of real estate sector under asset holding, the significance of the sector in the world, metrics for real estate analysis, causes of instability in the sector, its relationship to the banking sector, policies to enhance financial stability in the sector, and other areas; the government sector and public debt, its management, and financial stability; and the non-bank financial sector, focusing on shadow banks, insurance companies, investment funds, and hedge funds. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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