Money, Economics, and Finance: Developments, Analyses and Research. Volume 2

$130.00

Clifford Dobrowski (Editor)

Series: Money, Economics, and Finance: Developments, Analyses and Research
BISAC: BUS045000

In this second book of the series “Money, Economics, and Finance: Developments, Analyses, and Research”, topics discussed include the economic significance, current risk, and policy responses to deflation; crowdfunding and the exemption for small firms from Securities and Exchange Commission registration requirements; economic downturns and crime; auction-rate securities; and consumer fee increases in the usage of automated teller machines. (Imprint: Nova)

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Table of Contents

Preface

Deflation: Economic Significance, Current Risk, and Policy Responses
(Craig K. Elwell)

Crowdfunding and the Exemption for Small Firms from Securities and Exchange Commission Registration Requirements
(Michael V. Seitzinger)

Economic Downturns and Crime
(Kristin M. Finklea)

Auction-Rate Securities
(D. Andrew Austin)

Automated Teller Machines: Some Consumer Fees Have Increased
(GAO)

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