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- 28: Finance, Control, and Profitability: An Evaluation of German Bank Influence
- Bob Chirinko and Julie Elston
- 26: The World Bank's Three-Pillar System: Will it Provide Income Security to the World's Aging Population?
- E James
- 25: Financial Integration in North America and in Europe Among Neighboring Countries at Different Stages of Development
- George von Furstenberg and B Hofer
- 24: Towards Universal Banking - Risks and Benefits for Transition Economies
- Claudia Buch
- 23: Monetary Integration Between Economies with Different Financial Structures
- Stefan Collignon
- 22: Is A 2-Speed System in Uerope the Answer to the Conflict between the German and the Anglo-Saxon Models of Monetary Control?
- Andrew Hughes Hallett, Maria Demertzis and Ole Rummel
- 21: Financial Structure, Investment and Growth in OECD Countries
- Stanley Black and M Moersch
- 20: Universal vs. Specialized Banks
- A Steinherr
- 19: Convergence of Financial Systems and Regulatory Policy Chanllenges in Europe and in the United States
- C Dziobek and J Garrett
- 18: The Management of Financial Risks at German Nonfinancial Firms: The Case of Metallgesellschaft
- A-B Frankel and D-E Palmer
- 17: Investment, Liquidity Constaints and Bank Relationships: Evidence from German Manufacturing Firms
- Julie Elston
- 16: How is Investment Financed? A Study of Germany, Japan, UK and US
- Tim Jenkinson and Jenny Corbett
- 15: Is A Supervisory Board Valuable? The French Evidence
- G Shyy and V Vijayraghavan
- 14: The German System of Corporate Governance - A Model Which Should Not Be Imitated
- E Wenger and Christoph Kaserer
- 13: The Changing Role of Banks and Corporate Governance in Germany: Evolution Towards the Market?
- Y Schroder and A Schrader
- 12: The Credit Channel of Monetary Policy - The Case of Germany
- Alfred Guender and M Moersch
- 11: Regional Development, Capital Flows and Trade Policies in an Aging Europe
- A. Borsch-Supan
- 10: Potential Trade with Core and Periphery: Industry Differences in Trade Patterns
- H. Vittas and Paolo Mauro
- 9: Privatizations, Structural Change and Productivity: Towards Convergence in Europe?
- Paul Welfens
- 8: An Economic Assessment of the Integration of Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland into the European Union
- Drusilla Brown, Alan Deardorff, A., Simeon Djankov and R. Stern
- 7: Investment and Its Financing During the Transition in Central and Eastern Europe
- Stanley Black and M. Moersch
- 6: Impact on German Trade of Increased Division of Labor with Eastern Europe
- Dieter Schumacher
- 5: Integrating the East: The Labor Market Effects of Immigration
- Thomas Bauer and Klaus Zimmermann
- 4: Joining the Club:Option for the Integration of Central and Eastern Countries into the EU
- M. Koop
- 03: Inflation and Monetary Targeting in Germany
- Juergen von Hagen
- 02: Eastern Germany and the Conflict between Wage Adjustment, Investment and Employment: A Numerical Analysis
- Christian Thimann and M-H Breitner
- 01: Unification and the Policy Predicament in Gemany
- Andrew Hughes Hallett, Yue Ma and Jacques Melitz