Recent Financial Crises: Analysis, Challenges and Implications
Lawrence Robert Klein, Tayyeb Shabbir
Edward Elgar, Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 344 pages
Financial crises are recurring phenomena that can cause significant economic and societal loss. This book is therefore vitally important as it analyzes why and how financial crises occur, the extent of their impact, and what can be done to prevent their recurrence or reduce the damage they cause. Comprising original and never-before-published papers by distinguished economists, this book offers insights about lessons that were or should have been learned from recent outbreaks of such crises in East Asia and elsewhere.
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