Table of contents for Good derivatives : a story of financial and environmental innovation / Richard Sandor.

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Preface: A Personal Tale of Financial Innovation, One Thing after Another
Chapter 1: The Early Years
Chapter 2: Trying to Change the World: Launching an Electronic Futures Market
Chapter 3: The Berkeley Years
Chapter 4: The Chicago Board of Trade Years: The Commodity Futures Market
Chapter 5: The Chicago Board of Trade Years: Financial Futures Contracts
Chapter 6: Educating Users and Building the Market: ContiFinancial
Chapter 7: Educating Users and Building the Markets: Drexel Burnham Lambert
Chapter 8: Environmental Finance
Chapter 9: The Beginning of the Entrepreneurial Years: Insurance
Chapter 10: The Foundation for Global Climate Exchanges, 1994-1999
Chapter 11: How U.S. Exchanges Became Electronic and For-Profit Publicly Traded Companies: The CBOT and LIFFE, 1997-2001
Chapter 12: An Idea for Climate Exchange is Hatched
Chapter 13: The Joyce Foundation Feasibility Study
Chapter 14: CCX Market Architecture
Chapter 15: Recruiting, Financing, and Launching CCX
Chapter 16: CCX and the Creation of Worldwide Climate Futures Exchanges
Chapter 17: The Rise and Fall of the Chicago Climate Exchange
Chapter 18: The Rise and Fall of the Chicago Climate Futures Exchange
Chapter 19: The European Climate Exchange: The Jewel in the Crown
Chapter 20: India: A Promising Story
Chapter 21: Opening New Markets in China
Chapter 22: A Macro View of Yesterday and Tomorrow
Appendix A: The Commodity Exchange Operating System, 1969
Appendix B: Advisory Committees
About the Author

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Financial services industry -- Technological innovations.
New products.
Green marketing
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Finance. -- bisacsh