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Financial markets are increasingly interconnected in the rapidly evolving global landscape in the last few decades.
The global financial crisis of 2007 revealed the obvious interconnectedness s well as the vulnerabilities inherent in these markets.
This treatise considered the idea of the interconnectedness of financial markets as well as their growth hypothetically.
This is in the light of happenings in the financial markets and economies round the world.
It also considered the conception of a “bubble effect” in the global financial architecture as it continuously evolves in accordance with the learning process that is going in these markets.
This treatise shed more light on this topical theme and is useful to professionals in financial economics and equity markets fields or anyone else who may be searching for insights on financial markets and their evolution over the past few decades.
Stephen Olabode Odedoyin obtained his B.Sc.
Education (Economics) with Honours from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife in 2005 and successfully completed his M.Sc.
Degrees in Economics from the same institution.
His research interests include: Public Finance, Macroeconomics, Theoretical Economics as well as Growth and Development.
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