Investors and Markets: William F. Sharpe
This book presents a systematic study of the history, theory and policy of investor citizenship and residence programmes. It explores how states develop new rules of joining their community in response to globalisation and highlights the tension between citizenship policies aimed at migrant integration and those, such as the sale of passports, which create ´long-distance citizens´. Individual chapters offer insights in the historical relationship between citizenship, money and property; discuss arguments that support and counter the practice of the sale of citizenship; and examine the interests and strategies of the different actors-states, companies, individuals-that constitute the ´supply´ and ´demand´ sides of the burgeoning citizenship industry. The book provides a global overview of the market for investor citizenship as well as a separate policy analysis of the sale of citizenship and residence in the European Union.
Investors and Markets:Portfolio Choices, Asset Prices, and Investment Advice William F. Sharpe
Finance for Normal People teaches behavioral finance to people like you and me - normal people, neither rational nor irrational. We are consumers, savers, investors, and managers - corporate managers, money managers, financial advisers, and all other financial professionals.
Institutional Investors and Equity Markets:On mutual fund liquidity management, performance of private equity funds, and the value premium Ludovic Phalippou
Institutional Investors in Global Markets: Gordon L Clark, Ashby H B Monk
Impact Of Foreign Institutional Investors On Stock Market:A Study of Indian Stock Market Anand Bansal
The Global Market for Investor Citizenship: Jelena Dzankic
Institutional Investors, Savings and Capital Markets in Emerging Economies: