Financial globalization, integration and emerging european economies.


  • N. Golubovic Niš, Serbia
  • T. Stefanović MA Belgrade, Serbia

Ключові слова:

financial globalization, financial integration, emerging European countries, economic growth, capital raising


The purpose of this paper is to shad light on the impact of financial globalization and integration on emerging Europe countries. In the first section connection between financial globalization and capital raising will be analyzed. Part two will deal with the effects of financial integration on growth in European transition economies. In the third part the emphasis will be put on the influence of financial globalization on fiscal performance in emerging Europe. Finally, in the concluding part, the impact of 2007-2009 crisis on financial globalization will be analyzed.

Біографія автора

N. Golubovic, Niš, Serbia

PhD Faculty of Economics


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