4 edition of British investment overseas, 1870-1913 found in the catalog.
British investment overseas, 1870-1913
William N. Goetzmann
|Statement||William N. Goetzmann, Andrey Ukhov.|
|Series||NBER working paper series ;, working paper 11266, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) ;, working paper no. 11266.|
|Contributions||Ukhov, Andrey., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005617841|
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Many scholars have asked whether British investors benefited from overseas investment investing in the 19th century and whether this export of capital had negative effects. We re-visit the issue using modern portfolio theory.
We examine the set of investment opportunities available to British investors, the developments in information transmission technology, and advances in financial and Cited by: British Investment Overseas – A Modern Portfolio Theory Approach * William N.
Goetzmann. Yale School of Management, Yale University. Search for other works by this author on: Oxford Academic. 1870-1913 book Scholar. William N. Goetzmann, Andrey D.
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Get this from a library. British investment overseas a modern portfolio theory approach. [William N Goetzmann; Andrey Ukhov; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "Many scholars have asked whether British investors benefited from overseas investment investing in the 19th century and whether this export of capital had negative effects.
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Abstract. Many scholars have asked whether British investors benefited from overseas investment investing in the th. century and whether this export of capital had negative effects. Cited by: 'The free-standing company'-the author's own phrase-appears to have been the most important conduit for British overseas direct investment, Foreign investment, trade and growth in the United Kingdom, – Since British investments overseas were heavily dominated by fixed interest securities issued by public or quasi-public utilities, any externalities were largely captured by 17For example, an important article by J.
Stiglitz (), shows that when there does not Cited by: Abstract. In Part I, I argued that the only feasible route to a stock figure for British investment overseas just before the First World War was ‘direct’ — the compilation of numbers for securities bought and sold on a stock : D.
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Goetzmann and A. Ukhov. Review of Finance. Ukhov A and WN Goetzmann (), ‘British Investment Overseas – A Modern Portfolio Theory Approach’, NBER Working Paper No Vamplew W (), Australians: Historical Statistics, Fairfax, Sync & Weldon Associates, Sydney. Originally published inthis book presents a series of studies regarding capital accumulation and investment, both in Britain and internationally, during the period to The text was written by the renowned British economist and protégé Cited by: 1.
British overseas investment and British merchandise exports in the late nineteenth century. However, economic historians since Ford have found little empirical evidence in support of this argument. Using data on bilateral British lending, this article finds that such a.
Taking British investment as a whole, between andas much went to Africa, Asia, and Latin America (%) as to the UK itself (%). This pattern was surprisingly little changed by the effects of the First World War and the Great Depression. As late asaround 18% of British overseas assets were in Asia, and 11% in Africa.
WEALTH BIAS IN THE FIRST GLOBAL CAPITAL MARKET BOOM, by Michael A. Clemens Jeffrey G. Williamson Harvard University July This study would not have been possible without the generosity of Irving Stone, who supplied detailed information documenting British foreign investment that was not published in his book.
MARKET BOOM, * Michael A. Clemens and Jeffrey G. Williamson Why do rich countries receive the lion's share of international investment flows. Although this wealth bias is strong today, it was even stronger during the first global capital market boom before Very little of British capital exports went to poor countries, whether.
New Indices of British Equity Prices, RICHARD S. GROSSMAN This article presents new annual price indices of equities traded on British exchanges for the periodas a replacement for Smith and Home's widely used index. The data set conta observations on .British Emigration and Overseas Investment, – British Emigration and Overseas Investment, – RICHARDSON, H.
W. Footnotes 1 The research for this article was supported by a grant from the Nuffield Foundation. I am also indebted to Miss Shirley P. Campbell for data collection and to Mrs Eileen Mitchelhill for computing assistance.
We turn now to the behaviour of British overseas investors during the first great globalisation boom between and 14 British foreign investment is selected for two reasons.
First, the British evidence is available and it is not for other capital by: