Melvil Decimal System: 332.1209
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Social Sciences, Sociology, Anthropology
Public Administration, Military Science
Social Problems, Social Services
Commerce, Communications, Transportation
Customs, Etiquette, Folklore
Capital; Labor; Wages
Of Land & Natural Resources
Socialism; Communism; Fascism; Anarchism
Public Finance & Taxation
Protection and Free Trade
Macroeconomics, Wealth Inequality, etc.
Loan institutes and special loans
Credit; credit system
Bank Mergers and Concentration
Biography And History
Works under MDS 332.1209
- Funny Money by Mark Singer
- Belly Up: The Collapse of the Penn Square Bank by Phillip L. Zweig
- Gold and Paper 1858-1982 by Geoffrey Blainey
- Falling Eagle: The Decline of Barclays Bank by Martin Vander Weyer
- Bailout: An Insider's Account of Bank Failures and Rescues by Irvine H. Sprague
- Hubris: How HBOS Wrecked the Best Bank in Britain by Ray Perman
- Australia and New Zealand Bank: the Bank of Australasia and the Union Bank of Australia Limited, 1828-1951 by S. J. Butlin
- Financing American enterprise; the story of commercial banking by Paul B. Trescott
- The Future of Retail Banking in Europe: A View from the Top by Oonagh McDonald
- The Second Bank of the United States by Ralph C. H. Catterall
- Regulation and Instability in U.S. Commercial Banking: A History of Crises (Palgrave MacMillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions) by Jill M. Hendrickson
- Clydesdale Bank : the first one hundred & fifty years by C. W. Munn
- Dead Bank Walking: One Gutsy Bank's Struggle For Survival And The Merger That Changed Banking Forever by Robert H. Smith
- Pennies to Dollars: The Story of Maggie Lena Walker by Muriel Miller Branch
- A Pioneer Bank in a Pioneer Land by Carolyn Terry
- Wayfoong : the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation : a study of East Asia's transformation, political, financial and economic, during the last hundred years by Maurice Collis
- Black Horse Ride: The Inside Story of Lloyds and the Banking Crisis by Ivan Fallon
- The infernal tower: The damage to people, careers and reputations in corporate South Africa by Bob Aldworth
- Los trabajadores de Buenos Aires : la experiencia del mercado, 1850-1880 by Romero Sabato
- 100 years of banking in Asia and Africa, 1863-1963 by Geoffrey Tyson
- Debt and Distortion: Risks and Reforms in the Chinese Financial System by Paul Armstrong-Taylor
- Your Bank Is Ripping You Off, Revised and Updated Edition by Edward F. Mrkvicka
- The History of the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation: Volume 2, The Hongkong Bank in the Period of Imperialism and War, 1895-1918: Wayfoong, the Focus of Wealth by Frank H. H. King
- The Myth of Too Big To Fail (Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions) by I. Moosa
- An historical account of the establishment, progress and state of the Bank of Scotland : and of the several attempts that have been made against it, and the several interruptions and inconveniencies which the Company has encountered
- Weology by Peter Aceto
- The Commercial Bank of Australia Limited : history of an Australian institution 1866-1981 by R. J Wood
- The Dynamics of Organizational Collapse: The Case of Barings Bank by Helga Drummond
- When There Was No Money: Building ACLEDA Bank in Cambodia's Evolving Financial Sector by Heather A. Clark
- The Origins of Commercial Banking in America, 1750-1800 by Robert E. Wright
- The role of commercial banking in recovery from economic disaster in Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia by Charles Harvey
- The Myth of Too Big To Fail (Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions) by Moosa Imad A. (2010-12-15) Hardcover by Moosa Imad A.
- Bankers in West Africa by Richard Fry
- Institutions, Entrepreneurs, and American Economic History: How The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company Shaped the Laws of Business from 1822-1929 by Bradley A. Hansen
- The National Bank of Scotland Limited: centenary, 1825-1925 by National Bank of Scotland Limited
- Annual Report and Financial statements for the year ended 31 December 2009 by Stanbic Bank Uganda Limited,
- Barnett: The Story of Florida's Bank by David J. Ginzl
- メイク・マネー!―私は米国投資銀行のトレーダーだった by 末永 徹
- The Dumbell affair by Connery Chappell
- Minoranze in affari: la formazione di un banchiere: Otto Joel by Roberta Garruccio
- Una banca cattolica fra cooperazione e capitalismo: la Banca cattolica del Veneto by Gabriele De Rosa
- Le mani della mafia: vent'anni di finanza e politica attraverso la storia del Banco Ambrosiano by Maria Antonietta Calabro
- Buskerudbanken A/S 50 år by Buskerudbanken
- European retail banks : an endangered species? : survival strategies for the future by Andreas R. Dombret
- Møre kreditbank A/S by Per O. Rødven
- Eastern Caribbean Central Bank : report on observance of standards and codes, data module, response by the authorities, and detailed assessment using the data quality assessment framework (DQAF) by International Monetary Fund
- Anlageberatung bei Retailbanken Einfluss auf das Anlageverhalten und die Performance von Kundendepots by Armin Müller
- Souvenir of the jubilee of the bank, 1858-1908 by National Bank of Australasia.
- Competition, Concentration and Efficiency of Commercial Banks in South Korea, Mainland China and Taiwan. Vol. 5 by Juan Huang
- Crisis in Commercial Banking by Willie J. Belton
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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