- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Introduction: Comparative Perspectives on London and Paris as International Financial Centres in the Twentieth Century
- 2 A Financial Phoenix: The City of London in the Twentieth Century
- 3 When Paris Dreamed of Competing with the City…
- 4 The City of London and British Imperialism: New Light on an Old Question
- 5 Paris, London, and the International Money Market: Lessons from Paribas, 1885–1913
- 6 London Banks and International Finance, 1890–1914
- 7 Banking Alliances and International Issues on the Paris Capital Market, 1890–1914
- 8 Established Connections and New Opportunities. London as an International Financial Centre, 1914–1958
- 9 The Challenged Competitiveness of the Paris Banking and Finance Markets, 1914–1958
- 10 Crisis and Opportunity: The Policy Environment of International Banking in the City of London, 1958–1980
- 11 The International Opening-up the Paris Bourse: Overdraft-Economy Curbs and Market Dynamics
- 12 London as an International Banking Center, 1950–1980
- 13 French Banks and the Eurobonds Issue Market during the 1960s
- 14 London as an International Financial Centre, 1980–2000: Global Powerhouse or Wimbledon EC2?
- 15 The Future of the Paris Market as an International Financial Centre from the Point of View of European Integration
- London and Paris as International Financial Centres in the Twentieth Century
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