ISSN (printed): 0391-5026. ISSN (electronic): 1468-0300.
Economic Notes is an invaluable journal presenting key issues in the fields of banking finance and monetary economics. Through its 30 years the journal has earned a reputation for open debate. It publishes quality papers from academics and researchers as well as executives working in financial institutions firms and the public sector. Quality articles without technical jargon Articles in Economic Notes are written by first-class economists and experts in the field. Papers are plainly written avoiding unnecessary technicalities. Authors are encouraged to make their aims and the relevance of results explicit. The journal has recently been re-designed with a new cover and page layout for ease of reading. Essential Information Economic Notes discusses key international issues. It is invaluable for keeping track of important topics and will keep anyone interested in banking finance and monetary economics abreast of current developments. Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena Founded in 1472 the Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena is considered the oldest banking institution in the world. The MPS Banking Group with a network of 1 700 domestic branches is a wholly integrated group with a focus on asset gathering in retail and on first class financial advice and service to corporates; the main commercial banks in Italy are: Banca Agricola Mantovana Banca Toscana CariPrato Banca 121 while a more specialized bank in the medium and long term lending sector is Mediocredito Toscano and in the private banking sector Banca Steinhauslin; the other major specialized companies in life insurance and in the sector of asset management are Montepaschi Vita Grow Life and Ducato Gestioni. Foreign subsidiaries include: Monte Paschi Banque in Paris Banca Monte Paschi Belgio and Banca Monte Paschi (Suisse). The Bank also operates through its branches including Frankfurt London Madrid New York Singapore and through its representative offices in Moscow Cairo Istanbul Beijing Shanghai Sydney and Tokyo. To view further contents from recent issues click on the Contents/Articles button above. CALL FOR PAPERS The editors seek to encourage dialogue between people with academic operational and policy-making responsibilities. Innovative contributions of high technical standards are included provided they are accompanied by an extended non-technical summary. All articles are refereed. Preferred areas of research include: the working and structure of financial markets industrial organization of financial institutions the effects of economic policy on financial markets regulation issues asset pricing valuation and risk assessment of derivatives monetary economics foreign exchange markets international monetary arrangements corporate finance and government issues industry studies. For further information on submissions click the submission button at the top left of this page.
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