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Modelling Consumer Financing Behaviour in China

Breaking the bottleneck of SME financing and promoting consumption by lifting consumer credit have become an important way to realize the transformation from wholesale finance to retail finance in China. This book puts the focus on consumer financing, introducing the financing situation, constraints, preferences, and representative...

Modern Financial Investment Management

This book stresses the importance of aligning developing countries’ economic activities towards sustainable development purposes. A revamp of the financial systems of emerging economies is necessary to allow the financial resources needed for investment purposes to become readily available on these markets. The failure of most coun...

Financial Accounting

This book will appeal to individuals interested in developing their knowledge in financial accounting, including students sitting the Edexcel London exams, entrepreneurs and managers. It explains the process of recording transactions in depth by considering value added tax. The book adopts a practical approach, and highlights the m...

The Growth-Oriented Economic Policy of the EU

Growth is slow in the EU, but growth potentialities remain high, in spite of the exit of the UK and in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, and we can observe a disparity between reality and potentialities. Does the persistent difference between expected and real benefits mean that the EU integration model is not working? No. It continues to be effective, because it is rule-based. However, these rules are not enough to grasp all the potentialities of integration. We need a better-integrated single European market and a more open trade policy, in the framework of health, security, safety, energy, environment and labour standards, establishing the rules of the competition, but leaving the economic agents free to act.The book explores Brexit, capital markets, energy, health and bilateral trade policies with the main European partners, in the light of their effects and contribution to European growth. It emerges that this huge trade block is vital but must find the political capacity to move towards a closer integration, to close the gap between reality and potentiality. The text will appeal to a public interested in the economic problems of the EU, and will be of interest to policy makers and all those who are involved in the process, from proposals to decisions, of making a more integrated Europe.
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