A Critical History of Financial Crises: Why Would Politicians and Regulators Spoil Financial Giants?

A Critical History of Financial Crises: Why Would Politicians and Regulators Spoil Financial Giants?

责  任  者 :Haim Kedar-Levy
出  版  者 :Imperial College Press
索  书  号 : F831.59/K25
馆藏地点 :八楼多元馆
发布时间 :2018-02-28
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With analyses of causes and effects, Prof. Kedar-Levy provides a fresh look at many famous financial crises around the world. The first two chapters offer a brief review of bubbles and key properties of the financial system and financial securities. Each of the cases is presented by a discussion of the key factors in creating the crises and in coping with the outcomes. At last, the book highlights the special role of regulators and summarizes the lessons for a free market economy. Written in a readable style, this book is suitable for economist as well as researchers, and for those who are interested in economic history or financial stability.