4 edition of Toward a profile of Soviet behavior in international financial markets found in the catalog.
|Statement||C.R. Neu, John Lund.|
|Contributions||Lund, John, 1960-, Rand Corporation., United States. Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.|
|LC Classifications||HG3955 .N48 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||87013084|
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Get this from a library. Toward a profile of Soviet behavior in international financial markets. [C R Neu; John Lund; Rand Corporation.; United States. Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.] -- This report uses publicly available, unclassified information as background for an effort to describe the nature of and motivations for Soviet international hard-currency financial.
This report uses publicly available, unclassified information as background for an effort to describe the nature of and motivations Toward a profile of Soviet behavior in international financial markets book Soviet international hard-currency financial transactions.
These include all Soviet dealings with the industrialized world outside the Soviet Bloc and most Soviet dealings with developing : C R Neu, John Lund. Title: Toward a Profile of Soviet Behavior in International Financial Markets Author: C.
Richard Neu Subject: This report uses publicly available, unclassified information as background for an effort to describe the nature of and motivations for Soviet international hard.
This report presents a profile of Soviet international financial activity and a short history of the Soviet Union's reversal of financial fortunes that began in late Updating R, it provides much new material necessitated by changes in the way the.
Toward a Profile of Soviet Behavior in International Financial Markets/RUsdp (Rand Report): ISBN () Softcover, Rand Corp, Founded inhas become a leading book price comparison site. The chapter then turns to financial markets, looking at their defining characteristics in these countries, as well as what the international evidence suggests about how aging is likely to affect them.
The chap-ter concludes with a discussion of the policy implications for countries in the region. Aging and Saving BehaviorFile Size: KB.
financial institutions, instruments, and markets. Even in some leading industrial countries such as France and Italy large com-mercial banks are owned by the government. The uniqueness of the Soviet banking system lies, rather, in the complete integration of monetary processes within the system of central.
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