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2021 | Buch

The Economics of Fintech

herausgegeben von: Prof. Sahoko Kaji, Prof. Teruo Nakatsuma, Masahiro Fukuhara

Verlag: Springer Singapore

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This book is a collection of academic lectures given on fintech, a topic that has been written about extensively but only from a business or technological point of view. In contrast to other publications on the subject, this book shows the reader how fintech should be understood in relation to economics, financial theory, policy, and law. It provides introductory explanations on fintech-related concepts and instruments such as blockchains, crypto assets, machine learning, high-frequency trading, and AI. The collected lectures also point to surrounding issues including start-ups, monetary policy, asset management, cyber and other security, and stability of financial systems.

The authors include professors, a former central bank official, current officials at Japan’s Financial Services Authority, a lawyer, the former dean of the Asian Development Bank Institute, and private sector professionals at the frontline of fintech. The book is most suitable for those both within and outside of academia who are beginning to learn about fintech and wish to successfully take part in the revolution that is certain to have wide-ranging effects on our economy and society.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Frontmatter
Chapter 1. An Overview of Fintech
Abstract
The word “fintech” was first used in the 1980s as an abbreviation of “financial technology.”
Sahoko Kaji
Chapter 2. Understanding Fintech from a Macroeconomic Perspective
Abstract
If students of economics or finance want to work in financial technology (fintech), they must first acquire at least a basic understanding of statistics and econometrics.
Naoyuki Yoshino
Chapter 3. Crypto Assets (Cryptocurrencies) and Central Bank Digital Currencies

Bitcoins, which drew attention worldwide after their price soared in 2017, began to be seen as a high-risk investment after crashing in 2018.

Naoyuki Iwashita
Chapter 4. Consumer Behavior and Financial Marketing
Abstract
Marketing entails gaining an understanding of consumer behavior and leveraging that understanding to establish means of making consumers want to use your products or services.
Tomohiro Senda, Miwa Takemura
Chapter 5. The Impact of Fintech on Existing Financial Institutions
Abstract
Fintech is a colloquial term created by joining together the words “finance” and “technology.”
Kazuhiko Tajimi
Chapter 6. Fintech Entrepreneurship
Abstract
As Joseph Schumpeter pointed out, capitalism is a system that inherently leads to the creation of large bureaucratic organizations that impede innovation, resulting in a gradual rise in debt and unemployment.
Masahiro Fukuhara
Chapter 7. Fintech’s Impact on International Capital Markets
Abstract
The fintech industry began to develop amid investment into U.S.-based startups at an astonishing rate starting around 2010, and, influenced by overseas trends, the word “fintech” began to gain popularity in Japan from around 2015.
Spyridon Mentzas
Chapter 8. Architecture and Legislation Brought by Cryptoassets
Abstract
In cyberspace, an architecture (to be described later) composed of program codes (hereinafter “codes” refers to program codes) is increasingly disciplining people by circumventing laws and contracts.
Masakazu Masujima
Chapter 9. Fintech: Toward a New Era of Finance
Abstract
In several years, we often see the term “FinTech” in major economic newspapers and magazines, and it is now widely conceived to the general public at large.
Jumpei Miwa, Yusaku Matsui
Chapter 10. Blockchain Basics
Abstract
Blockchains and cryptocurrencies are often discussed in the same context, partly because they were developed together.
Masahiro Fukuhara, Sahoko Kaji
Chapter 11. Machine Learning Principles and Applications
Teruo Nakatsuma
Chapter 12. The Mechanism of HFT and Its Merits and Demerits—The Information Efficiency Challenge
Teruo Nakatsuma
Chapter 13. Asset Management and Robo-Advisors
Teruo Nakatsuma
Chapter 14. New Risks from Fintech (1) Cyber Security
Yuta Miyauchi
Chapter 15. New Risks from Fintech (2) Financial System Destabilization
Kazuhito Ikeo
Metadaten
Titel
The Economics of Fintech
herausgegeben von
Prof. Sahoko Kaji
Prof. Teruo Nakatsuma
Masahiro Fukuhara
Copyright-Jahr
2021
Verlag
Springer Singapore
Electronic ISBN
978-981-334-913-1
Print ISBN
978-981-334-912-4
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-33-4913-1

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