Finance for the Developing CountriesBook - 1986
Discusses the importance of sound financing in economic development through a historical perspective and an analysis of current problems. Covering both domestic and international finance, it gives a theoretical underpinning by discussing capital market theory, repression theory, and the theory of capital structures, as well as practical information. Looks at financial institutions, markets and instruments, especially securities markets and taxation. The main international sources of finance are discussed (aid, bank lending, export credits, and direct foreign investment) and an analysis the debt problem and the IMF is provided. Concludes with proposals for future improvements in development finance.
Publisher: Chichester ; New York : Wiley, c1986
Characteristics: xvii, 365 p. ; 24 cm