Comeback : Restoration of American Banking Power in the New World Economy
In Comeback, Smith reveals the past and present of U.S., European, and Japanese banking, asserting that European and Japanese financial systems are ill-prepared for the future while U.S. banking will Succeed by splitting into two distinct parts - large, technologically advanced retail companies and market-oriented investment bankers and wholesalers.
- Paperback | 357 pages
- 152.4 x 230 x 19.05mm | 500g
- 01 Oct 1994
- Harvard Business Review Press
- United States
- New edition
- New edition
Table of contents
Part I: The United States: Surviving the Decline. Legacies of the 1980's: Reaganomics: Vision or Voodoo? Mergers, buyouts, Junk Bonds and Greed. The Decimation of the S&Ls. Banking at the Brink. Fall from grace. Cleaning Up the Mess. Terra Nova. The New Wholesalers: The Equity Era. TheVolatileLife. Come the Free Markets. New Men and Aliens. Part II The Rising Tide in Europe. Renaissance: 1992 and all That. The First European merger Boom. Not So Quiet on the Eastern Front. Universal Strategies: Universal Differences. Deutsche Bank ber Alles, Entangling Alliances. Alternative Approaches: Les Affaires Fran aises. Ruling Britannia. Memorable Mistakes. Part III Japan Comes Back to Earth: The Rising of the Sun Empire Economics. MacArthur's Proconsulate. Economic Software. The Supernova Fades: The "Bubble Economy". Innocents Abroad. Whether the Cost of Capital Advantage? Discarding the Third World Remnants: The Emperor's Clothes. Further Deregulation and Other Miseries. Part IV: Becoming Champions: Competition and success: Getting the Strategy Right Measuring Success. The New World Order. Appendices. Notes. index.