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Financial History - Eastern Mediterranean

Financial History - Eastern Mediterranean



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Published by DImisko
Financial Integration, Disintegration
and Emerging Re-Integration in the
Eastern Mediterranean, c.1850 to the
Financial Integration, Disintegration
and Emerging Re-Integration in the
Eastern Mediterranean, c.1850 to the

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Published by: DImisko on Jan 25, 2012
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Financial Integration, Disintegrationand Emerging Re-Integration in the  Eastern Mediterranean, c.1850 to the  Present 
byAdrian E. Tschoegl02-38
The Wharton Financial Institutions Center
The Wharton Financial Institutions Center provides a multi-disciplinary research approach tothe problems and opportunities facing the financial services industry in its search forcompetitive excellence. The Center's research focuses on the issues related to managing riskat the firm level as well as ways to improve productivity and performance.The Center fosters the development of a community of faculty, visiting scholars and Ph.D.candidates whose research interests complement and support the mission of the Center. TheCenter works closely with industry executives and practitioners to ensure that its research isinformed by the operating realities and competitive demands facing industry participants asthey pursue competitive excellence.Copies of the working papers summarized here are available from the Center. If you wouldlike to learn more about the Center or become a member of our research community, pleaselet us know of your interest.Franklin AllenRichard J. HerringCo-DirectorCo-Director
The Working Paper Series is made possible by a generous grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Financial Integration, Dis-integration and Emerging Re-Integration in the EasternMediterranean, c.1850 to the Present
 Adrian E. Tschoegl
 Senior Fellow, Dept. of Management The Wharton School of the Univ. of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia, PA 19104Email:tschoegl@alum.mit.edu  August 2002Running head: Eastern Mediterranean Words: 10,026

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