Economic Growth and the Nanotechnology Priority : The Challenge of Economic Crisis and Industrial Concentration
The cornerstone and principal feature of this book includes the urgency and necessity priority and nanometer scale (where size is measured in one billionth of a meter) are in possession of nanoscale practical application delivery, convergence and the transformation of both the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), 2012, and the United Nations International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities, Rev.4, into sources of global competitive advantage worldwide economic growth. The challenge that has blocked this global nanotechnology priority strategy is the 2007-2008 to 2012-2013 financial, economic, monetary, banking and corporations crisis and collapse. Leading factors in the creation of this financial and economic crisis include the huge global over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives accumulation in excess of the demand for dollars. This challenge was orchestrated by mega aggregate concentration that consisted of voting rights in major corporations, structure of corporate concentration, institutional shareholders, and interlocking directorates. There were catastrophic and calamity consequences accompanied by U.S. Federal Reserve Asset Purchases.
- Hardback | 170 pages
- 160 x 226 x 18mm | 379.99g
- 21 Oct 2014
- Lexington Books
- Lanham, MD, United States
- 25 Tables, unspecified
Table of contents
Contents Chapter One Essence of Economic Growth Based Nanotechnology Innovation Worldwide The Grand Strategy Guidelines Sources for Creation of Design/Framework Formation Types of Table Alpha 01: Nanometer Scale Driven Government Sponsored Enterprises Chapter Two Definitions and Concepts of Global Over-the-Counter (OTC) Derivatives Accumulation Crises 1. U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) 2.Over-the-Counter (OTC) Derivatives Markets and the Commodity Exchange Act Report of the President's Working Group on Financial Markets 3.U.S. Derivatives Contracts with Foreigner Holdings and Transaction, U.S. Department of the Treasury D. U.S. Cross-Border Derivatives Data: A User's Guide E. Keynote Address of Chairman Gary Gensler (CFTC) F. Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Staff Report, An Analysis of OTC Interest Rate Derivatives Transactions G. Testimony: Patrick N. Parkinson, Deputy Director, Division of Research and Statistics, Over-the-Counter Derivatives, U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Securities, Insurance and Investment H. Lawrence A. Summers, Secretary, Department of the Treasury I. Testimony: Governor Kevin Warsh, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System J. Senator Carl Levin, Chairman; Senator Tom Coburn, Ranking Member K. Central Bank of Japan, "The Bank of Japan's Initiative" L. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Jointly with U.S. CFTC M. The Banco Central do Brazil (Central Bank of Brazil), Federal Government N. The Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia) O. Bank of India, Ranked First Among the Nationalized P. The People's Bank of China, "Decree No. 532 of the State Council of the People's ..." Q. The People's Bank of China (PBC), Home - About PBC is ... R. South African Reserve Bank, The Central Bank S. International Monetary Fund (IMF) Financial ... T. U.S. GAO, Report of the Congressional Requesters, Long Term Capital Management (LTCM) U. United States Congress, House, Dodd-Frank ... V. Derivatives Instruments Sample Bank Holding W Derivatives Instruments Sample Bank Holding Company FRB Distric Peer Chapter Three Grand Tying Arrangements and Reciprocal Dealings (Reciprocity) Role of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, "Financial Holding Companies and Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (1999) Model of Grand Tying Arrangement and Reciprocal Dealing (Reciprocity) Model Chapter Four Global Over-the-Counter (OTC) Derivatives Accumulation Table Vector: Global OTC Derivatives Accumulation Position Market The Long-Term Capital Management (LTCM) Near Crash Chapter Five The Financial Crisis, Corporations, Concentration of Control and Market Power Processes of Concentration The Financial and Economic Crisis and Collapse, 2007 and 2008, Global OTC Derivatives Gigantic Accumulation and U.S. Money Stock Demand The Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDO) Machine: Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup Market Structure Concentration of Control, Interlocking Directorates Among Major U.S. Corporations and the Financial Crisis 2007 and 2008 Institutional Shareholders and Interlocking Directorates Among U.S. Corporations Institutional Concentration Company Direct and Indirect Interlocks Among New York Banking Companies Voting Rights In Major Corporations and the Financial Crisis 2007 and 2008 Concentration of Control Through Interlocking Directorates and the Financial Crisis The Energy Industry Major Financial Institutions Interlocking Directorates in the Automotive Industry The 1912 Interlocking Directorates Process of Concentration Study Chapter Six Catastrophic and Calamity Consequences Federal Reserve System Injections and Reciprocal Currency Arrangements (SWAP Lines) Calamity Consequences Endnotes Bibliography Index
About James A. Harris
James A. Harris, Sr. is a retired adjunct professor of management at the New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies, and is the author of Nanotechnology World Economy.