- Eye Opening
- Concrete Examples
- For Experts
Innovation, disruption and decentralization have changed global capital markets: Traders and specialists once huddled on the floors of exchanges, passing paper ticket orders and yelling on telephones, but now algorithmic trades, lightspeed communications and massive transaction volumes characterize markets. Professor Walter Mattli assesses both the opportunities and perils of an increasingly technology-driven and highly distributed trading model. Financial professionals and investors will find powerful insights and a critical analysis of the state of global capital markets in this authoritative and timely text.
About the Author
Walter Mattli is a professor of international political economy at Oxford University.