Critical History Of Financial Crises, A: Why Would Politicians And Regulators Spoil Financial Giants?
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Critical History Of Financial Crises, A: Why Would Politicians And Regulators Spoil Financial Giants?

Why Would Politicians and Regulators Spoil Financial Giants?
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ISBN-13:
9781908977489
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
228
Autor:
Haim Kedar-Levy
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

"While each financial crisis is unique and has its own special features, there are a lot of similarities in the dynamics leading to a crisis and also in their resolutions. Some of the financial crises are caused by the lack of appropriate regulation, but often the regulators were ignoring the signals of imminent crises, while serving implicitly or explicitly, the financial industry.In his book, Prof. Kedar-Levy is providing a fresh look at many famous financial crises around the globe, analysing their causes and effects. The special role of regulators is highlighted, including the "Capture Theory" in practice. This book is suitable for economist as well as for those interested in economic history, and for all those concerned with the stability of current international financial markets."Professor Dan GalaiThe Hebrew University, Jerusalem"While each financial crisis is unique and has its own special features, there are a lot of similarities in the dynamics leading to a crisis and also in their resolutions. Some of the financial crises are caused by the lack of appropriate regulation, but often the regulators were ignoring the signals of imminent crises, while serving implicitly or explicitly, the financial industry.In his book, Prof. Kedar-Levy is providing a fresh look at many famous financial crises around the globe, analysing their causes and effects. The special role of regulators is highlighted, including the "Capture Theory" in practice. This book is suitable for economist as well as for those interested in economic history, and for all those concerned with the stability of current international financial markets."Professor Dan GalaiThe Hebrew University, JerusalemReadership: Practitioners, undergraduates and graduate students in the fields of economics, business, finance, political science, policy studies, international relations and public policy.Key Features:Covers 10 of the most spectacular financial crises in the past century, drawing relevant comparisons across themExplains in clear and intuitive terms fundamental knowledge of finance and macro-economics, as well as what bubbles are and how they are formedHighlights the negative externalities (costs) to society that financial giants impose on society as they hamper effective regulationsDelves deeper into the repercussions on the economy when key players such as the government, investors and firms make the wrong moves, and offers insights on potential remedies

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