2 edition of An Alternative Approach to Financial Crises (Essays in International Economics) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Princeton University International Finance Se|
|Publishers||Princeton University International Finance Se|
|LC Classifications||January 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
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WP Handbuch 2002, Bd. 2. Wirtschaftsprüferhandbuch. Handbuch für Rechnungslegung, Prüfung und Beratung.
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This view, which was more an article of faith than an explicit theory, shaped the way that the crisis evolved. Peter Hooper, Karen Johnson, and Jaime Marquez Aug. They are paid much more than most academics finance professors do even better. [Reprinted from Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Quarterly Review, No. One might quibble with some of the detail, for example over exactly how repressed finance was in the post-WWII period see e.
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Economic crises strain the model Despite their usefulness, we recommend that institutions revisit their traditional nowcasting models. Assignments to groups are random and anonymous. There are many reasons for the effective silence of the academics on the "crisis". The result was a huge devaluation that spread to much of East Asia, also hitting Japan, as well as a huge rise in debt-to-GDP ratios.
Generally, a crisis can occur if institutions or assets are overvalued, and can be exacerbated by irrational or herd-like investor behavior.
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Contributing factors to a financial crisis include systemic failures, unanticipated or uncontrollable human behavior, incentives to take too much risk, regulatory absence or failures, or contagions that amount to a virus-like spread of problems from one institution or country to the next.
f What is the sense in which crises are considered predictable? [Reprinted from Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol.