Economics and Finance in Mauritius [electronic resource] : A Modern Perspective / by Indranarain Ramlall
- Chapter 1) An Overview of the Mauritian Financial System and its Economy -- Chapter 2) Banking Sector Analysis -- Chapter 3) Developing a Credit Risk Model for Mauritian Bankers -- Chapter 4) Stock Market Analysis -- Chapter 5) The Behaviour of Foreign Investments in the Stock Exchange of Mauritius -- Chapter 6) US Subprime Crisis Impact on SEMDEX -- Chapter 7) Monetary Policy Analysis -- Chapter 8) Money Demand Analysis in Mauritius -- Chapter 9) Impact of Debit and Credit Cards on Currency in Circulation in Mauritius -- Chapter 10) A Posthumous Note on the Lombard rate in Mauritius -- Chapter 11) What Drives the Capital Structure of Non-Listed Mauritian Firms? -- Chapter 12) Capital Structure Analysis of Exporting and Non-exporting Mauritian Firms: A Pre- and Post- Crisis Investigation -- Chapter 13) What Factors Drive Hedging Among Mauritian Firms? -- Chapter 14) Developing a Financial Stability Model for Mauritius -- Chapter 15) Determinants of House Prices in Mauritius: A Hedonic Price model à la Quantile Bootstrapped Approach -- Chapter 16) Stylised facts about the Mauritian Economy -- Chapter 17) Author's Vision for 2030.
- This book offers a comprehensive assessment of the Mauritian economy and its financial system. The author investigates the pre- and post- crisis financial and economic environment of Mauritius thoroughly and looks to the future potential development of the economy. Chapters feature in-depth analysis of such aspects as the banking sector, the stock market, monetary policy, capital structure, the hedging practices of Mauritian firms, and the housing market in Mauritius, among others. Moreover, the author not only builds a credit risk model for Mauritian bankers, but also develops a financial stability model to provide the reader with a full account of the Mauritian economy. The author ends with a chapter dedicated to a 2030 vision for Mauritius. This book will be of interest to researchers, students, policy-makers, central bankers and economists who wish to explore an example of an upper-income developing economy in depth.
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