The IT revolution has made it possible for financial enterprises to become allies with each other, and to increase efficiency and profit as well as to develop more fruitful business concepts and practices. Along with the IT revolution alliances have become indispensable and necessary. ""Global Information Technology and Competitive Financial Alliances"" addresses the relationship between IT and financial enterprise alliances in detail, by focusing on current issues in this field, as well as future options for growth and development, relative to conditions in the world. ""Global Information Technology and Competitive Financial Alliances"" satisfies the needs of scholars in various fields, policy makers, and business personnel worldwide.
Yutaka Kurihara is a professor of International Economics at Aichi University, Japan. He has taught Economics courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Sadayoshi Takaya is a professor of Kansai University, Japan. He has been appointed as a visiting scholar at University of California at Berkeley. Nobuyoshi Yamor is a professor of Nagoya University, Japan. He has been appointed as a visiting scholar at several institutions, such as Columbia University and Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Part 1 Financial Institutions, Alliances, IT, and Economic Growth; Part 2 Financial Markets in the IT Age; Part 3 Financial Innovations and IT; Part 4 Security, law, and IT.