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Reframing FinanceNew Models of Long-Term Investment Management$
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Ashby Monk, Rajiv Sharma, and Duncan L. Sinclair

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781503601789

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: January 2018

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9781503601789.001.0001

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The Future of Long-Term Institutional Investment

The Future of Long-Term Institutional Investment

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Reframing Finance

Ashby Monk

Rajiv Sharma

Duncan L. Sinclair

Stanford University Press

The concluding chapter emphasizes the need for institutional investors to rely on their own network economies as well as the agglomeration economies that they have access to through financial intermediaries. Social capital managers can be instrumental in helping institutional investors take advantage of these networks. Responding to the current trend toward peer collaboration and dis-intermediation, the chapter emphasizes the need for existing intermediaries to change their business models to keep pace. The number of new intermediaries that can help facilitate the flow of capital more efficiently into long-term assets are predicted to increase. The chapter highlights the importance of the government's role and the value of teaming up with true long-term partners for the sake of long-term assets like infrastructure,. This is the essence of the collaborative model, which helps investors achieve their own commercial objectives as well as broader economic objectives for society.

Keywords:   long-term investment, social capital manager, infrastructure investment, re-intermediation, collaborative model, intergovernmental investment, co-investment, network economies, economic growth

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