*** This is a new, never read book. It has a few blemishes such as a crease or edge-wear on the cover, remainder mark, but it is still crisp and new on the inside and it makes for a great reading copy. ***
The book covers the banking systems of twenty-two countries, including those with highly developed industrial organizations; those with relatively underdeveloped resources; those with small and large proportions of foreign trade; those with well-developed banking systems and those which are in the process of evolving a fully functioning credit system; those with extensive capital markets and those which must mobilize savings in other ways. The unifying theme of the book is the way in which credit systems have adapted themselves to the economic organizations of the respective countries. The importance of this book lies in the fact that it is highly authoritative. It is especially designed for economics and commerce students at the Honours level. Bankers and researchers in India and abroad will benefit immensely from this long-needed, highly authentic treatise on Comparative Banking.