Global Economic And Financial Crisis

Global Economic And Financial Crisis
The effects of the global financial crisis have been more severe than initially forecast. The turning point was the decision in September 2008 to let Lehman Brothers fail, an event that had a series...
Even as analysts and policymakers in the United States and Europe are debating whether nationalisation is the best option to deal with the crisis in the banking system, governments have already opted...
We are now in the midst of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. This crisis is the latest phase of the evolution of financial markets under the radical financial deregulation...
This essay argues that pragmatism as a temporary prop to stabilise the crumbling financial system is distinct from pragmatism as a governing ethic. The emerging common sense worldwide and in India...
This paper attempts to understand the nature of the current financial crisis by identifying the main characteristics of the system that became vulnerable to collapse due to falling asset prices. It...
This essay examines the consequences of the global economic and financial crisis for income distribution. It first discusses the distributional background of the crisis, which is followed by an...
The global financial and economic crisis is of such magnitude that 2008 will probably be looked back upon as a turning point equivalent to 1945, 1971 and 1989. The silver lining is that the crisis...
The current financial crisis should be viewed as a network crisis, because due to a whole series of deregulation measures, financial reforms and technological and financial innovations, the world has...
This paper describes the current credit crisis and explains aspects of its macro and micro features. In particular, it describes the mechanism by which sub-prime mortgages and securitisation products...

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