- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 The Battle of the Bourses?
- 3 An ‘Atypical’ Case? The First Emergence of Brussels as an International Financial Centre, 1830–1860<sup>*</sup>
- 4 ‘Rivalry and Collaboration’: Relations between Buenos Aires Merchant Bankers and European Bankers in the Issue of Argentine Government Bonds in the 1880s
- 5 St Petersburg Exchange: On the Road to Maturity. Industrial Stock Index, 1897–1914
- 6 London as the Global Market for Corporate Securities before 1914
- 7 Wall Street Transitions, 1880–1920: From National to World Financial Centre
- 8 The Decline of Paris as an International Financial Centre 1914–1940
- 9 The Banque de France, the Bank of England, and the Stabilization of the Romanian Currency in the Late 1920s
- 10 An Integrated European Market without an International Financial Centre, 1945–1962?
- 11 The Re-emergence of Hong Kong as an International Financial Centre, 1960–1978: Contested Internationalization
- Financial Centres and International Capital Flows in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
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