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Brings together leading geographers and economists working on money to highlight the changing geographies of banking, the forces underpinning and threatening international financial centres, the relationship between financial systems, business and the local economy, and the financial causes and consequences of the retreat of the state.
...a collection of thought--provoking papers that enhances our understanding (Times Higher Educational Supplement, 19th January 2001) "The quality of the contributions make this a worthwhile read for anyone interested in finance." (Regional Studies, Vol.35, No.3, 2001)
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