Challenges for Banking Services in the Knowledge Economy

@article{Hadad2013ChallengesFB,
  title={Challenges for Banking Services in the Knowledge Economy},
  author={Shahrazad Hadad},
  journal={Management Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy},
  year={2013},
  volume={7},
  pages={337 - 352}
}
Abstract In this paper, we have covered many of the roles that banks play in the financial system. Banks act as delegated monitors that ensure that economic agents allocate their resources effectively, thus leading to the sustainable development of entrepreneurship. Moreover, they also play an important role in sharing risks in the economy and protecting economic agents against market fluctuations through various means such as financial derivatives. These are the positive aspects of the roles… Expand

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