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Essentials of Banking by Dilley, Deborah K. 1st edition (2008)

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- Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (1601)
- Bestsellers rank: 7
- Category: Other books
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  • By R. Robinson on May 11, 2010

    This book is an ideal introduction to banking for those schools that give you a degree really fast (and leave you with a lot of debt and/ a questionable degree). This is also ideal for vocational high schools as well. If your looking for a book w/ a solid introduction to banking pass this and get ABA's "Principles of Banking" ISBN: 0899826024....If you want a book to introduce to what banking is REALLY all about perhaps start w/ literature from find a good historical survey (i.e non partisan) about the Fed and their actions, read some Milton Friedman and supplement all this w/ Austrian School of Economics and the Chicago school of economics thought.

  • By Alberto Ponsa Talavera on November 1, 2009

    Disapointing. Not useful. Many other books explain far better the classic features of banking. The text explains only the qualitative aspects of banking, not the basic quantitative features of risk, interest rates and accountability.


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