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New York: Arcade Publishing, c1990. First U.S. Edition. First Printing. 24 cm, 343, illus., bibliography, index, ink name inside front flyleaf, mark on bottom edge, small tear at bottom of front DJ A major work of finance, big business, and politics by the only Westerner who has gained access to the inner sanctum of Nomura Securities, the Nomura family records, and to the cast of characters that make up the Nomura dynasty.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Hardcover. xiv, , 428,  pages. CD present in pocket at back cover. Figures. Footnotes. Tables. Appendices. References. Index. Minor DJ wear. Barth received a bachelor’s degree from California State University at Sacramento in 1965, a master’s degree from the University of New Mexico in 1967 and a Ph.D. in 1972 from Ohio State University. He went on to join George Washington University as an assistant professor of economics in 1972. He rose to the position of professor, and then in 1987 departed the university to become the chief economist and director of the Office of Policy and Economic Research, Federal Home Loan Bank Board. Subsequently, he then served as chief economist, Office of Thrift Supervision, U.S. Department of the Treasury until he joined Auburn’s faculty in 1989. James R. Barth was a prolific researcher, renowned scholar at Auburn University’s Harbert College of Business for 33 years. Barth was one of the most respected financial industry authorities in the world, known for his contributions to global economics and his financial industry regulatory oversight expertise. At the time of his death, Barth had written 21 books and authored or co-authored 458 research papers published in some of the most prestigious scholarly journals in the world. At last count, his work has been cited by his peers in their own published research more than 18,200 times over the course of his career. Two of his co-authored works, “Bank Regulation and Supervision: What Works Best?” and “Rethinking Bank Regulation: Till Angels Govern” have been cited a combined 5,260 times by his scholarly peers.
Taipei, Taiwan: H. C. Yung, 1995. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Hardcover, 2 volumes in a slipcase. Two volumes in a single decorative slipcase. ISBN for The Eighty Years of The Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank, Ltd. (164 pages) is 9579712069. Bookplate on decorative endpaper. ISBN for The Beauty of the Eighties--Joint Exhibition of Senior Artists (165 pages) is 9570051779. The ISBN 9570051787 is also given. Profusely Illustrated, with many photographs in color. Text is almost completely in Chinese. On the Exhibition volume, there are captions in English.
University Park, PA: PA State University Press, c1991. First? Edition. First? Printing. 24 cm, 343, acid-free paper The author bores to the root of America's economic decline through the use of political philosophy, comparative politics, and international political economy, and concludes that nothing short of fundamental institutional reform will right it.