Mr. B.K. Jain, Assistant Professor, Biyani Girls College explained about Social transformation, Economic transformation. http://www.gurukpo.com,http://www.biyanicolleges.org
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This animation teaches the learner significance of finance for business finance, capital required and classification of the same as fixed capital, working capital, sources of funds and factors influencing the choice of source of finance. This is a product of Mexus Education Pvt. Ltd., an education innovations company based in Mumbai, India. http://www.mexuseducation.com, http://www.ikenstore.in
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What is the role of a financial system? What is the evidence on the relationship between financial development and development? Development Economics course: http://mruniversity.com/courses/development-economics-0 Ask a question about the video: http://mruniversity.com/courses/development-economics/finance-and-growth#QandA Next video: http://mruniversity.com/courses/development-economics/finance-law-and-trust-mexico
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This Paper 0 lecture will focus on the role of the financial sector in the economy, and the mechanisms through which it promotes, or prevents, economic growth. Over the past decades, major debates have revolved around whether economic growth is best promoted by a liberalised financial system, so that free market signals may allocate financial resources most efficiently, or by a financial system controlled by the state in order to direct investment. The neoclassical growth and finance literature has long neglected the second as a serious option, and even in the post‐crisis environment it has failed to fundamentally question basic assumptions such as the efficient markets hypothesis on which this literature is still implicitly based. Through a discussion of both alternative economic theories explaining the link between finance and growth, as well as empirical cases of how successful developers have historically utilized their financial systems to promote growth, this lecture will address questions such as: what should be the role of the financial sector in the economy? How are industrial policy and the financial sector linked? What role have methods of ‘financial repression’ including credit planning, controlled interest rates, and government owned banks, played historically in promoting or retarding economic growth? This lecture was recorded on 16th February at Sidgwick Site, University of Cambridge. Want to find out more? Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CambridgeSocietyForEconomicPluralism Browse our website: http://www.cambridgepluralism.org/ And of course you can also subscribe to our YouTube channel!
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Robert C. Merton School of Management Distinguished Professor of Finance, MIT Sloan School of Management University Professor Emeritus, Harvard University
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Financial services contributes to UK economic health in many different ways, says Ed Thurman, managing director and head of financial institutions, Lloyds Bank.
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This video gives you the complete information related to the Relationship between Financial System and Economic Development in a detailed manner. Visit our Mechanical Engineering Trending Blog : https://mechanicalstudents.com/ Visit Us: Facebook Official Page : www.facebook.com/mechanicalstudents1/ Facebook Personal Page: www.facebook.com/mdshafi1857/ Google + : https://plus.google.com/communities/114170708256918142733 Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/mechanicalstudents/ Stumbleupon-Mix: https://mix.com/mechanicalstudents/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mecharriors
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SMEs have been identified as productive drivers of inclusive economic growth and development in South Africa and around the world. They are considered an important contributor to the economy as drivers for reducing unemployment, especially since the formal sector continues to shed jobs. SMEs foster diversification through their development of new and unsaturated sectors of the economy. For more analysis on the SMEs, I am joined in studio by experienced entrepreneur and Co-Master Licensee of ActionCOACH SA, Harry Welby-Cooke. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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To know more about this topic read the full article here- Read here- https://blog.elearnmarkets.com/how-does-government-spending-affect-the-economy/ In response to the financial slowdown and its impact on the economy, the government plays a key role by increasing its spending in order to boost economic growth. With so much spending going in this area, it becomes important for the policy makers to review whether the government spending is actually promoting economic growth or not.
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How can improving financial services and financial systems help alleviate global poverty? www.cfsp.org @cfspoverty A development economics video by the Consortium on Financial Systems and Poverty. Learn more at: http://www.cfsp.org
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Natalya Naqvi presents a lecture on the role of the financial sector in the economy, and the mechanisms through which it promotes, or prevents, economic growth. Over the past decades, major debates have revolved around whether economic growth is best promoted by a liberalized financial system, so that free market signals may allocate financial resources most efficiently, or by a financial system controlled by the state in order to direct investment. The neoclassical growth and finance literature has long neglected the second as a serious option, and even in the post-crisis environment it has failed to fundamentally question basic assumptions such as the efficient markets hypothesis on which this literature is still implicitly based. Through a discussion of both alternative economic theories explaining the link between finance and growth, as well as empirical cases of how successful developers have historically utilized their financial systems to promote growth, this lecture will address questions such as: what should be the role of the financial sector in the economy? How are industrial policy and the financial sector linked? What role have methods of ‘financial repression’ including credit planning, controlled interest rates, and government owned banks, played historically in promoting or retarding economic growth? Paper 0: http://cseppaper0.com CSEP: http://www.cambridgepluralism.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CambridgeSoc... Twitter: https://twitter.com/CSEPluralism
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Definition ---------------------------------------------------- Financial system is system that allow transfer money between savers and borrowers Financial system is most important institution and functional vehicle for economic transformation. finance is a bridge between present and future whether and mobilization of saving or effective and equitable allocation for investment . Supply funds to various sector and activities of economy in way promote fullest possible utilization of resource without unnecessary interference with individuals desire. Provide link between saving and investment. Feature of financial system ------------------------------------------------------ Provide ideal linkage between savers and investor and also encourage saving and investment . Mobilization of saving or effective and equitable allocation for investment. COMPONENTS OF FINANCIAL SYSTEM --------------------------------------------------------------------- Financial Institutions Financial Markets Financial Instruments Financial Service Chris aKa Harpreet :'# :3 :'# :D :3
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Speaker: Dr Justin Yifu Lin Chair: Professor David Held This event was recorded on 12 October 2009 in Old Theatre, Old Building The Optimal Financial Structure of a specific stage of development in an economy is determined by the structures of industries and firm sizes in the economy. These, in turn, are determined by the economy's factor endowments at that stage. This lecture will discuss the existence on an endogenously determined optimal composition of various financial arrangements, that is, optimal financial structure, for an economy at different stages of development.
Assalamualaikum We are from the course Foundation in Islamic Economics (ECON 1710) Section 2, Semester 2 2016/2017. Our topic is Role of Islamic Finance in Economic Development. Our group members are (in order of appearance) : 1. Nur Amira Binti Noor Azman (1522108) 2. Nur Izleen Bt Mustafa (1528856) 3. Adriana Marsya Binti Ahmad Kushairi (1520128) 4. Aisyah Ameerah Binti Mohd Johar (1528410) We appreciate your likes and comments. Enjoy our video!
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Examines the role of financial markets and how funds get from surplus units to deficit units. For more questions, problem sets, and additional content please see: www.Harpett.com. Video by Chase DeHan, Assistant Professor of Finance and Economics at the University of South Carolina Upstate.
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Trust cannot be underrated as an important source of growth and economic development. Here is a look at what we know. Lesson: culture really matters! Development Economics course: http://mruniversity.com/courses/development-economics-0 Ask a question about the video: http://mruniversity.com/courses/development-economics/trust-and-economic-growth#QandA Next video: http://mruniversity.com/courses/development-economics/solow-model-brief-no-math
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Please call @ 9999997086 To Buy Full Course Video Lectures. This video explains Commercial bank and its functions in a very lucid Manner. This video will be helpful for CA-CPT, MBA, SSC-CGL, B.Com, BBA, Eco Honours, BA Economics and Class 12
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Research session 2: Financial development and economic growth (Chair – Jacek Suda, Narodowy Bank Polski) Identifying Knowledge Spillovers and Competition Effects Vadym Volosovych, Erasmus University Rotterdam Optimal Development Policies with Financial Frictions Oleg Itskhoki, Princeton University Show Me Yours and I’ll Show You Mine: Sharing Borrower Information in a Competitive Credit Market Matteo Millone, VU University Amsterdam The National Bank of Ukraine, jointly with Narodowy Bank Polski, and supported by the Government of Canada and the Kyiv School of Economics, will hold an annual research conference for the second time. As last year, representatives of central banks, international financial organizations, leading academics and experts will come together to discuss and debate current challenges faced by modern central banks. On 18-19 May, the economic community, representatives of central banks and financial institutions, both from Ukraine and abroad, will deal with the issue of central banks’ role in economic development.
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Era Dabla-Norris, co-author of an article in the latest Finance & Development, talks about how gender equality is important for economic growth. F&D is a quarterly magazine from the IMF, covering a wide variety of topics in international economics and finance, as well as economic development. www.imf.org/fandd
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Featuring Jorge Moreira da Silva, Director, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Scott Morris, Senior Fellow and Director of the US Development Policy Initiative, Center for Global Development Rémy Rioux, Chairperson, International Development Finance Club and CEO, Agence Française de Développement Shinichi Kitaoka, President, Japan International Cooperation Agency Emma Sri Martini, President Director, PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero) Hamid Tawfiki, Executive Director, CDG Capital and Member, IDFC Other IDFC representives to be confirmed Moderator Masood Ahmed, President, Center for Global Development On the sidelines of the World Bank and IMF Annual Meetings in Bali, the Center for Global Development, the International Development Finance Club (IDFC), and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are pleased to co-host an event, The Changing Role of Development Banks with a Public Mandate in the 2030 Agenda. The session will focus on the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda, framed by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and how national and regional development banks can support policy development and financing of these ambitious goals. The Center for Global Development and the IDFC will present their findings on how the twenty-three IDFC development banks are aligning with SDGs and how these banks are evolving to promote sustainable development pathways in the long run. The OECD will discuss the role that emerging economies’ development banks can play in mobilizing the private sector to assist in funding the SDGs. The presentations will be followed by a panel discussion and a reception. https://www.cgdev.org/event/role-development-banks-2030-agenda
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Assalamualaikum , we are students from the course Foundation in Islamic Economics (ECON 1710) Section 5, Group 9, Sem 2 2017/2018. Our topic is Role of Islamic Finance in Economic Development. The names of our group members : 1) Hanisah binti Mohd Yusri 2) Fatin Najwa Natasya binti Mohd Ramdan 3) Nur Musfirah bt Omar Shariff 4) Nur Syahida binti Rosli
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Bamidele ALY, Credi analyst - Investment bank - London Increasingly financial institutions in the West are facing regulatory hurdles in conducting lending activities in frontier markets. Thus, domestic banks, in particular in Nigeria, have an opportunity i) to reduce financial exclusion and ii) to promote financial intermediation to support job creation
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The second set of challenges: As seen, a common assumption is that financial decision makers act rationally; see Homo economicus. Recently, however, researchers in experimental economics and experimental finance have challenged this assumption empirically. These assumptions are also challenged theoretically, by behavioral finance, a discipline primarily concerned with the limits to rationality of economic agents. Consistent with, and complementary to these findings, various persistent market anomalies have been documented, these being price and/or return distortions—e.g. size premiums—which appear to contradict the efficient-market hypothesis; calendar effects are the best known group here. Related to these are various of the economic puzzles, concerning phenomena similarly contradicting the theory. The equity premium puzzle, as one example, arises in that the difference between the observed returns on stocks as compared to government bonds is consistently higher than the risk premium rational equity investors should demand, an "abnormal return". For further context see Random walk hypothesis § A non-random walk hypothesis, and sidebar for specific instances. More generally, and particularly following the financial crisis of 2007–2010, financial economics and mathematical finance have been subjected to deeper criticism; notable here is Nassim Nicholas Taleb, who claims that the prices of financial assets cannot be characterized by the simple models currently in use, rendering much of current practice at best irrelevant, and, at worst, dangerously misleading; see Black swan theory, Taleb distribution. A topic of general interest studied in recent years has thus been financial crises, and the failure of financial economics to model these. (A related problem is systemic risk: where companies hold securities in each other then this interconnectedness may entail a "valuation chain"—and the performance of one company, or security, here will impact all, a phenomenon not easily modeled, regardless of whether the individual models are correct; see Systemic risk § Inadequacy of classic valuation models.) Areas of research attempting to explain (or at least model) these phenomena, and crises, include noise trading, market microstructure, and Heterogeneous agent models. The latter is extended to agent-based computational economics, where price is treated as an emergent phenomenon, resulting from the interaction of the various market participants (agents). The noisy market hypothesis argues that prices can be influenced by speculators and momentum traders, as well as by insiders and institutions that often buy and sell stocks for reasons unrelated to fundamental value; see Noise (economic). The adaptive market hypothesis is an attempt to reconcile the efficient market hypothesis with behavioral economics, by applying the principles of evolution to financial interactions. An information cascade, alternatively, shows market participants engaging in the same acts as others ("herd behavior"), despite contradictions with their private information. See also Hyman Minsky's "financial instability hypothesis", as well as George Soros' approach, § Reflexivity, financial markets, and economic theory. Note however, that on the obverse, various studies have shown that despite these departures from efficiency, asset prices do typically exhibit a random walk and that one cannot therefore consistently outperform market averages ("alpha").  The practical implication, therefore, is that passive investing (e.g. via low-cost index funds) should, on average, serve better than any other active strategy. Burton Malkiel's A Random Walk Down Wall Street—first published in 1973, and in its 11th edition as of 2015—is a widely read popularization of these arguments. (See also John C. Bogle's Common Sense on Mutual Funds; but compare Warren Buffett's The Superinvestors of Graham-and-Doddsville.) Note also that institutionally inherent limits to arbitrage—as opposed to factors directly contradictory to the theory—are sometimes proposed as an explanation for these departures from efficiency. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Financial_economics
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Financial Market, Financial Intermediaries, Financial Services, Financial Instrument and Regulatory Bodies are Key Component of Indian Financial Systems.
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By Bamidele ALY, Credit analyst - Investment bank - London Increasingly financial institutions in the West are facing regulatory hurdles in conducting lending activities in frontier markets. Thus, domestic banks, in particular in Nigeria, have an opportunity i) to reduce financial exclusion and ii) to promote financial intermediation to support job creation
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Although Africa remains marginal in the portfolios of some large DFIs, it is rapidly growing in importance as an investment destination with a large portion of funding for small scale renewable projects in rural areas.
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Assalamualaikum! Enjoy our group video project specially made for you guys to learn more about Islamic Economics by our hardworking group members - Aizat, Hazim, Hadi and Faiz.
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Bank of England - Open Forum 2015 Plenary: The role of financial markets in the economy Organised by: Alex Brummer (Daily Mail), Helena Morrissey (Newton Investment Management) and Frances O’Grady (Trades Union Congress) Session speakers and panellists: Chair: Stephanie Flanders, Managing Director, Chief Market Strategist for the UK and Europe, JPMorgan Julia Black FBA, Pro Director for Research, London School of Economics David Kynaston, Visiting Professor, Kingston University Helena Morrissey, CEO, Newton Investment Management Rabbi Baroness Julia Neuberger, DBE, House of Lords Lord Jim O’Neill, Commercial Secretary to the Treasury Nicola Smith, Head of Economic and Social Affairs, Trades Union Congress
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Subject : Economics Cources name : Undergraduate Name of Presanter : Dr.PinkyDesai Keyword : Swayam Prabha
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Recognizing the character of money as a sovereign project throws the complexity of economic development, especially in a globalized monetary system, into high relief. The hegemony of certain moneys as reserve currencies, the dense growth of financial markets, and the role of international financial institutions all now configure the landscape. How have efforts to democratize money, an initiative that depends on domestic participation, fared in the past and how might they relate to public welfare and economic development in an era when monetary sovereignty is challenged? On Dec. 14-15, Harvard held a two-day conference, “Money as a Democratic Medium,” which challenged its participants to re-examine the history of money in America, and to redefine its future. Presentations and Discussion: Katharina Pistor, Columbia Law School, "Capital Rules by Law" Jamee Moudud, Sarah Lawrence College, “A Critical Legal History of French Banking and Industrialization” Anush Kapadia, Indian Institute of Technology, “Democratic Sovereignty Makes Money” Commentator: Roy Kreitner, University of Tel Aviv Law School Conference Agenda: https://sites.google.com/view/hls-money-as-democratic-medium/home
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In this video tutorial we are going to learn a lot about public finance in economics along with its meaning and scope In this video tutorial we are learn the following things 1 - what is public finance 2 - what are the scope of public finance 3 - what are the various types of public finance along with public finance and private finance 4- what are the difference between public finance and private finance 5 - what is the similarities between public finance and private finance Hope you are like the video of public finance in hindi along with the meaning and scope of public finance in economics Watch out public finance economics in hindi | Meaning and Scope | private vs public finance - https://youtu.be/LKPtQcGU-WI Playlist public finance - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLp76zJxzEriNqj4FPFBP4S29rBjuPWrgP for more videos of public finance stay tuned to study extent economics
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I explain the key terms of the financial sector, including: assets, liabilities, loans, bonds, stocks, and interest rates. Next video: 3 Functions of Money https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PP2j60LvjU Unit Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD7C33AB80B405B9A
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What role do women play in today's Economy? Indian Economy is soaring at an everyday high. Watch this video to know what Women in India are doing in the world of Finance. You can read the full article here: https://goo.gl/Lu41YK Today’s world is changing. Women, who were once seen only as a daughter, a wife, a mother, and a home maker are now seen as an individual who can not only handle all these responsibilities really well but also outperform in all the other spheres of life, whether be it sports, flying jets like Avani Chaturvedi (the first Indian Woman pilot to fly Fighter Jet MiG-21 Bison) or managing finance(like Chanda Kochhar or Arundhati Bhattacharya) or homes. The number of female financial planners is very less as compared to male. Though this number is gradually increasing with time, still there is a long way to go. Women in India need to be educated more about the importance of financial planning. Things have changed today so whether it is politics or sports or about flying fighter jets, they are playing an active role in all areas of society. There are many people and organizations including the Government that are working for improving the social and economic position of women. It’s just that they need some support or moral boost to do well in their career. In fact some of the recent schemes by government like “Beti Padhao Beti Bachao” and “Support to Training and Employment Program(STEP)” for women etc are really good initiative by our government in that direction.
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