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辛乔利   社会科学文献出版社  2019-03 出版
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全书通过按历史年代梳理自大萧条以来的金融创新,分析其形成的原因并追溯其在不同环境中的演变,金融创新产品、工具与市场供求之间的内在联系,帮助读者对现代金融创新的发展有一个比较清晰的脉络,理解金融创新的原动力、以及金融创新在为经济增长带来福音的同时,又如何威胁着整个金融体系的稳定与安全,由此洞察现代金融生态发展的真谛,从一个新视角解读现代金融创新。
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