Found 3 article(s) for author 'Economic crisis'

Analyzing Inter-State Negotiations in the Eurozone Crisis and Beyond

Analyzing Inter-State Negotiations in the Eurozone Crisis and Beyond. Jeffry Frieden, October 4, 2018, Paper, “The analysis of relations among the member states of the European Union requires a clear understanding of many aspects of these complex interactions. This conclusion to the special issue highlights the principal analytical issues raised by the study of the Eurozone crisis, in the light of existing theory and informed by the empirical analyses assembled by this project. Analysis starts with an estimate of the «national preferences» of the governments involved, based on their domestic socioeconomic and political conditions and institutions.Link

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The Wisdom of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the World of Risk and Return

The Wisdom of Finance: Discovering Humanity in the World of Risk and Return. Mihir Desai, 2017, Book, “In 1688, essayist Josef de la Vega described finance as both “the fairest and most deceitful business . . . the noblest and the most infamous in the world, the finest and most vulgar on earth.” The characterization of finance as deceitful, infamous, and vulgar still rings true today – particularly in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. But, what happened to the fairest, noblest, and finest profession that de la Vega saw?Link

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