Economic cycles are controlled by capital flows—not by interest rates or high street inflation. But international spill-overs from cross-border flows set off capital wars thereby exposing the ugly side of liquidity called ‘risk.’ Global strategic management therefore depends on the sweeping destructive powers of savings and credits which are expressed through global liquidity (i.e. gross flows of credit and international capital sourced from the world’s banking systems and wholesale money markets).Global Strategic Management and Financial Markets explores the role of IMF in financial markets, including its commitment to deregulation, innovation and easy money. Using Brexit and UK-based companies, the author analysed financial globalisation which has surpassed the peaks of integration reached before the WWI. This book also examines the cross-cultural aspect of global management to ascertain what factors are responsible for increasing liquidity (foreign and domestic mutual funds) and how investors’ appetite for riskier financial assets have propelled stock prices higher. Focus is on why planning and strategic decision-making in even the smallest business or organisation is important.
Irobiko Chimezie Kingsley
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Global Strategic Management, Financial Markets, Management, Irobiko Chimezie Kingsley
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management