Finance’s New Avatar
Kwame Sundaram Jomo ()
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Kwame Sundaram Jomo: Khazanah Research Institute
Development, 2020, vol. 63, issue 1, 106-114
Abstract The transformation of finance in recent decades has involved new property rights creating novel financial assets and transnational financial relations. Ascendant financialization, associated with financial globalization, has facilitated the capture of financial rents from changes in the prices of securities, held directly or indirectly, and often financed through repo markets. Commercial banks increasingly serve securities and derivative markets, as shadow banking has grown in significance, accelerating financial wealth concentration.
Keywords: Financialization; Financial globalization; Shadow banking; Financing for development; Securitization; Development banking (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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