Dominick Salvatore

Fordham University - Department of Economics

Bronx, NY 10458

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (7)

Privileged Interfirm/Bank Relationships in Central Europe: Trigger or Trap for Corporate Governance?

CASE Center for Economic and Social Research Studies and Analyses Working Paper No. 170
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 14 Feb 2005
IACCM International Association for Cross Cultural Competence and Management, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Sacred Heart University - John F. Welch College of Business and Fordham University - Department of Economics
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banks, capital market, enterprises, Central Europe, interfirm/bank relationship, corporate governance

Privileged Interfirm/Bank Relationships in Central Europe: Trigger or Trap for Corporate Governance?

CASE Network Studies and Analyses No. 170
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 06 Sep 2009 Last Revised: 10 Feb 2011
WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Sacred Heart University - John F. Welch College of Business, Fordham University - Department of Economics and IACCM International Association for Cross Cultural Competence and Management
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Interfirm, bank relationship, Central Europe

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Dollarization as an Investment Signal in Developing Countries: The Case of Croatia, Czech Republic, Peru, Slovak Republic and Turkey

Fordham University Department of Economics Discussion Paper No. 2008-16
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 23 Sep 2008
Dominick Salvatore, Erick W. Rengifo and Emre Ozsoz
Fordham University - Department of Economics, Fordham University - Department of Economics - Center for International Policy Studies (CIPS) and Fordham University - Department of Economics - Center for International Policy Studies (CIPS)
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Central Bank Intervention, Foreign Exchange Rates, Dollarization, Ordered Probit

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Europe's Growth Crisis: When and How Will it End?

The World Economy, Vol. 40, Issue 5, pp. 836-848, 2017
Number of pages: 13 Posted: 05 May 2017
Dominick Salvatore
Fordham University - Department of Economics
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Deposit Dollarization as an Investment Signal in Transition Economies: The Cases of Croatia, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia

Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Vol. 46, No. 4, 2010
Posted: 31 Oct 2010
Emre Ozsoz, Erick W. Rengifo and Dominick Salvatore
Fordham University - Department of Economics - Center for International Policy Studies (CIPS), Fordham University - Department of Economics - Center for International Policy Studies (CIPS) and Fordham University - Department of Economics

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deposit dollarization, direct central bank intervention, foreign exchange rates, probit and ordered probit models

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Globalisation, International Competitiveness and Growth: Advanced and Emerging Markets, Large and Small Countries

Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 21-32, April 2010
Posted: 01 Jun 2010
Dominick Salvatore
Fordham University - Department of Economics

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Globalisation, International Competitiveness, Growth, Globalisers, Non-Globalisers

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Central European Banks and Stock Exchanges: Capacity-building and Institutional Development

European Management Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4, pp. 431-446, August 1998
Posted: 20 Apr 2005
IACCM International Association for Cross Cultural Competence and Management, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Sacred Heart University - John F. Welch College of Business and Fordham University - Department of Economics

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transition, bank privatization, Central and Eastern European countries

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Trade and Payments in Central and Eastern Europe's Transforming Economies

TRADE AND PAYMENTS IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE'S TRANSFORMING ECONOMIES, Lucjan T. Orlowski, Dominick Salvatore, eds., Greenwood Press, 1997
Posted: 09 Feb 2005
Lucjan T. Orlowski and Dominick Salvatore
Sacred Heart University - John F. Welch College of Business and Fordham University - Department of Economics

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