The Economics of Financial Markets puts economics to work on the daily problems faced by investors, traders, speculators and brokers as they wrestle with increasingly diverse and complex financial markets. Drawing on data direct from the financial behavior of households, corporations, and governments, the authors show how accessible but rigorous economics can help in making sense of the financial markets (including those in equities, bonds, mutual funds, options and futures) and of the ways in which these markets are ...

The Economics of Financial Markets 1996, Oxford University Press, USA, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780195044072