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List of Figures
MARKET TRENDS
Figure 1.4. The US investment banking industry, 1955–2000
INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
INVESTMENT BANK ACTIVITIES
Figure 1.8. Debt underwriting fees as a percentage of gross proceeds
Figure 1.9. Morgan Stanley daily 99 percent per one-day trading VaR
THE GROWING DICHOTOMY BETWEEN SPECIALISTS AND GENERALISTS
CONCLUSION
Institutional Theory
PROPERTY RIGHTS, INSTITUTIONS, AND THE STATE
NON-STATE INSTITUTIONS
STATE DECISION-MAKING, THE LAW, AND EXTRA-LEGAL CONTRACTING
An Institutional Theory of Investment Banking
INFORMATION, INNOVATION, AND PROPERTY RIGHTS
INFORMATION MARKETPLACES AND INVESTMENT BANKING
Figure 3.1. The investment bank’s information marketplace
INTERNAL ORGANIZATION
INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION
Investment Banking Origins
INFORMATION EXCHANGE
INSTITUTIONS AND THE LAW
MERCANTILE NETWORKS
EARLY CAPITAL MARKETS
The Rise of the Investment Bank
MERCHANT BANKING
Figure 5.1. Foreign trade using Bills of Exchange
THE LEGAL AND POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT
THE EVOLUTION OF INVESTMENT BANKING
Figure 5.2. US net capital inflows, 1790–1900
Investment Banking in the Age of Laissez-Faire
LEGAL AND POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT
TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES
THE CIVIL WAR AND RETAIL INVESTMENT BANKING
INVESTMENT BANKERS AFTER 1873
INVESTMENT BANKING AFTER 1873
Table 6.2. Consolidations per year in the US manufacturing sector
Leviathan and the Investment Banks
CHANGES TO THE LEGAL AND POLITICAL ENVIRONMENT
LEGISLATION, REGULATION, AND INVESTMENT BANKING
INDUSTRY EVOLUTION
UNITED STATES VERSUS MORGAN STANLEY
The Modern Industrial Revolution
EARLY COMPUTER ADVANCES
EARLY CHANGES TO MARKET STRUCTURE
Figure 8.2. Holdings of outstanding US equities, 1945–2000
Figure 8.3. Merrill Lynch revenue sources, 1961–70
REAL-TIME COMPUTATION
THE REVOLUTION IN FINANCIAL ECONOMICS
NEW HUMAN CAPITAL BUSINESSES
Figure 8.6. Public and private securities issuance, 1935–63
Table 8.1. Client underwriting relationships in the 1950s and 1960s
Inside the Investment Bank
INVESTMENT BANK PARTNERSHIPS
THE JOINT-STOCK INVESTMENT BANK
Table 9.1. Average partner tenure in 17 prominent investment banks
LARGE, COMPLEX BANKING ORGANIZATIONS
SMALL, FOCUSED INVESTMENT BANKS
Bibliography
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Investment Banking

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