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EU Accession — Financial Sector Opportunities and Challenges for Southeast Europe

Edited by Ingrid Matthäus-Maier () and J.D. Pischke ()

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Date: 2005
ISBN: 978-3-540-26963-2
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Chapters in this book:

Ch Chapter 10: Financial Stability in Southeast Europe — Basel II and the Challenges Ahead
Christian Fehlker, Arnaud Mehl and Adalbert Winkler
Ch Chapter 11: Bankers' Perspectives — Dynamic Banking in a Changing Market
Sylvia Wisniwski
Ch Chapter 12: Evolution of the Banking Sector in Southeast Europe — The Role and Business Strategies of Domestic Banks
Per Fischer
Ch Chapter 13: Financing Small and Medium-Sized Companies
Mita Katic
Ch Chapter 14: The Business Strategies of Domestic Banks in the Long Run — SME Lending as an Attractive Market Segment
Evgeny Gospodinov
Ch Chapter 15: Building a Market Niche Also Builds a Market — Opportunity Bank in Montenegro
Keith Flintham
Ch Chapter 16: Clients' Perspectives — Providing More Effective Financial Services for Micro and Small Enterprises
Sarah Forster
Ch Chapter 17: Access to Finance: Issues and Opportunities in Southeast Europe
Albrecht Mulfinger
Ch Chapter 18: Nonfinancial Obstacles to SME Financing in Serbia
Igor Brkanovic
Ch Chapter 19: Constraints to Business Development in Bulgaria and the Case for Action
Stefan Kossev
Ch Chapter 1: Setting the Stage for Stability and Progress in Southeast Europe
Paul Hare
Ch Chapter 20: Degrees of Competition in Serving Target Groups — They May Be Closer than You Think
Christoph Freytag
Ch Chapter 21: A New Approach to Business Development Services in Southeast Europe
Hayder Al-Bagdadi, Dirk Steinwand and Frank Wältring
Ch Chapter 22: Public-Private Partnerships for Financial Development in Southeast Europe
Reinhard H. Schmidt and Nina Moisa
Ch Chapter 23: Replicable and Transparent PPP Models for Financial Sector Development
Klaus-Eckhard Hartmann
Ch Chapter 24: Using PPPs to Facilitate Transactions in Financial Markets
Ira W. Lieberman
Ch Chapter 25: Sustainable Microfinance Banks — IMI as a Public-Private Partnership in Practice
Helen Alexander
Ch Chapter 26: Opportunities for Public-Private Partnerships in Financial Sector Development
Syed Aftab Ahmed
Ch Chapter 27: Public-Private Partnership — Results in the Banking Sector in Southeast Europe
Klaus Glaubitt and Haje Schütte
Ch Chapter 28: Microfinance Investment Funds — An Innovative Form of PPP to Foster the Commercialisation of Microfinance
Doris Köhn and Michael Jainzik
Ch Chapter 29: An Overview of Banking, Financial Regulation, and Access to Financial Services in Southeast Europe in the Context of EU Enlargement
Ingrid Matthäus-Maier and J.D. Pischke
Ch Chapter 2: The Scenario for EU Accession by Southeast European Countries
Marc Franco
Ch Chapter 3: Infrastructure Finance, Accession, and Related Policy Issues in Southeast Europe
Ewald Nowotny
Ch Chapter 4: Making It Easier to Do Business in Southeast Europe
Khaled F. Sherif
Ch Chapter 5: Financial Sector Development in Southeast Europe — The Roles of EU Accession and Basel II
Evan Kraft
Ch Chapter 6: Implementing European Standards of Banking Regulation in Georgia
Merab Kakulia
Ch Chapter 7: Issues Concerning Foreign Banks' Operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Peter Nicholl
Ch Chapter 8: The Role of Foreign Banks in SEE
Mihai Bogza
Ch Chapter 9: The Impact of Basel II on Banking in Albania and Southeast Europe
Eris Sharxhi

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DOI: 10.1007/b138373

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