REF 134 October 2019
The Mutual Finance
348 pages from
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This issue of the Revue d'Economie Financière analyzes the state of the cooperative financial system in this beginning of the 21st century and the challenges it faces. The cooperative financial sector still represents a significant share of finance and is, more than ever, confronted with governance issues. How can it remain true to its founding principles while participating in a race to attain a critical mass and therefore profitability ? In order to answer this question, the values, players, governance, and perspectives of cooperative finance are reviewed one by one.

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REF 133 June 2019
The Price of Risk
318 pages from
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This issue of the Revue d'Economie Financière examines the price of risk, a central notion of finance, from three complementary angles. First, an analysis of its determinants, frequency, perception, aversion, and stability, followed by a price analysis of certain specific risks, such as the risk of dependency or cyber risks. A final section is devoted to the price of synthetic risks, which combine several elementary risks and represent a challenge for analysts.

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REF 132 March 2019
Financing Territories
333 pages from
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This issue of the Revue d'Economie Financière examines funding issues for the territories by starting with the big stakes in their development. The first section relates this funding to European policies and refers to foreign experiences. The second and third sections take up in turn the methods and constraints of local government funding as well as the strategies of the main funding players, particularly the banks and the Caisse des Dépôts. Finally, the last section highlights the sectoral issues—health, mobility, real estate, and so on.

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REF 131 December 2018
Finance and Taxation
333 pages from
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This issue of the Revue d’Économie Financière offers un analysis of the close relationship that exists between finance and taxation. It successively takes up three major aspects of this relation, beginning with the effects of taxation on the financial behavior of economic agents, on savings, and on financing and financial innovation. A second section centers on the debates after the financial crisis concerning the use of taxation to check risk-taking by the banking system, as well as the importance and role of fiscal paradises. Finally, the third section explores what adaptations fiscal systems must make in the face of the increased importance of economic agents and the digitization of business lines. In addition, it takes up the necessary collection of taxes in Africa.

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REF 130 July 2018
Corporate Governance - New Stakes
372 pages from
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This issue of the Revue d’Économie Financière offers an inventory of research on corporate governance and how it is evolving. Governance that responds to the demands of the various stakeholders in the company is replacing little by little governance centered on shareholder value. This issue takes up the purpose of governance and regulations, an analysis of shareholders and the various categories of shareholders, and the role and importance of governance mechanisms. A section is also devoted to the specificities of governance in the banking sector.

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REF 129 May 2018
Law and Finance
336 pages from
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This issue of the Review of Financial Economics examines the interaction between finance and law. There are many examples of this, concerning aspects that are as different as the competition between major judicial systems within a globalized economy, the influence of the legal framework on how markets, issuers, and investors function, and the use of the law to favor the stability of the financial system. These points are taken up one after another in this issue and present a summary of the studies underway on this subject.

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Financial history column October 2019
Money and Protectionism in the United States of America After the Civil War
Recension June 2019
Eurozone's Future: a State of Knowledge
Financial history column June 2019
The Concept of Odious Debts
Financial history column March 2019
Before Central Banks Cooperation: Containing the Panic of 1825
Financial history column December 2018
The French “Non” and the German Crisis of 1931
Financial history column July 2018
Investment Banks as Corporate Monitors in the Early Twentieth Century United States
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