View Cart
For more information
Call 1-800-351-0222

Home > ECONOMICS: MICROECONOMICS > BRITISH CREDIT CARD SYSTEM. >

BRITISH CREDIT CARD SYSTEM.

Compared to U.S. Structure, types, profits, regulations, consumer issues, competition.
Details
Citations 27
Citation Style TURABIAN
Sources 15
Pages 10
Price: $40.00
From the Paper
BRITISH CREDIT CARD SYSTEM
Industry Development
The British credit card system developed largely in the wake of the American credit card system. Credit cards began in the United States with the issuance of department store and gasoline cards. What is known as the credit card industry, however, really began to develop with the introduction of travel and entertainment cards—Diners Club, American Express, and Carte Blanche—in the late-1940s and early-1950s. American travel and entertainment cards were introduced into Britain in the 1950s.
General purpose credit cards, the backbone of the credit card industry, were introduced in the United States in the early-1960s. General purpose credit cards are those which, as their name implies, may be used to pay for a wide variety of goods and services

Also Search for BRITISH CREDIT CARD SYSTEM. in all categories
 

Related Essays

  • Desktop Counterfeiting
    Discusses the varoius forms of desktop counterfeiting and efforts that are made to counteract counterfeiting.
  • McDonaldization
    Discusses the growing trend toward efficiency, calculation, & predictability in businesses.
  • WORLD WIDE WEB & DEVELOPING NATIONS.
    Discusses telecommunications infrastructure & legal problems; economic factors, barriers, technological & global implications. 1 Table.
  • Internet Banking: A Technology in Search of Acceptance
    Examines the potential dangers of internet-based banking. Reviews the history of internet banking, the banking industry's commitment to the concept, the technological implications, & analysis of the possibility of public acceptance.
  • AT&T STRATEGY.
    Analyzes strategic shifts from forced break-up to planned divestiture. Background of firm & govt. telecommunications policy, objectives & motivations, antitrust action, revenues, competition, technology, future.
  • GENDER & NONVERBAL COMMUNICATION.
    Analyzes somatypes (body builds), matching hypothesis, attractiveness, listening, masculinity & femininity, social power, sex differences, space, clothing.
  • MCI
    Competition (AT&T, Sprint), finances, industry considerations, products, customers, services, calling cards, future. Charts.
  • Doing Business in Post-War Iraq
    Overview of issues confronting all international businesses (political and economic risk) and plan for building a Web design company in the UAE to do business in the Middle East and post-war Iraq. Factors to consider and international marketing.
  • INTERNATIONAL BANKING INDUSTRY.
    Need to compete globally. Market factors. Mergers & consolidations. Internet banking. Credit & debit cards. Industry problems.
  • Increasing the Relevance of Business Schools
    This paper discusses the relevance of emotional intelligence in business schools, including the many benefits of EI and why it is important in a globalized society characterized by diversit.
 

Related Pages




/essays/skin/research/images/custom-side.jpg

Become a Premium Member. Buy all pre-written essays for only $2 per page! AND Get $1 of store credit for every $10 you spend!

Testimonials

This makes all the difference.
The staff and writers are true professionals. They are honest and helpful. If you order from them, you are in very good hands.
I'm so happy!
I used to have such a terrible time with writing, but not any more. This company has taken one of my most stressful college experiences and made it easy!
The Best Service Ever!
I really do appreciate Research Assistance. I'm not a good writer and the service really gets me going in the right direction. The staff gets back to me quickly with any concerns that I might have and they are always on time. Thanks a million for your excellent service.

Subjects

 
Show all subjects...