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The inexorable evolution of financialisation : financial crises in emerging markets

Author: Domna Michailidou
Publisher: Basingstoke, Hampshire : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.
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Since the 2007 financial crisis, discussion on issues related to the size, spread and frequency of financial crises has captivated a wide variety of audiences. Why has the world economy experienced such a marked increase in financial transactions and private and public indebtedness since the 1980s? How have middle-income developing countries suddenly become a part of this dynamic? And, most importantly, how has the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Domna Michailidou
ISBN: 9781137553645 1137553642
OCLC Number: 949274735
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: List of Figures List of Tables Foreword, by G. C. Harcourt Preface Acknowledgements 1. Introduction. Financial Crises: An inter-temporal, inter-national and endogenous capitalist problem 2. A Keynesian and post-Keynesian theoretical brief: Selected concepts 3. Post 1980 global liquidity data: Exponential flows 4. Supply-push: The Western induced endogenous generation and proliferation of liquidity 5. Demand-pull: The internally induced attractiveness of emerging markets 6. Mexico: The laissez faire paragon gone wrong 7. Brazil: The anti-Mexican public debt failure 8. South Korea: The private debt story 9. Deregulation and volatility: Where the three economies meet 10. An endogenous conclusion Index
Responsibility: Domna M. Michailidou.
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This book explores the consequences of the inexorable evolution of financialisation through examining the origins of financial crises in three very different emerging economies in the 1990s -  Read more...

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