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Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment

From Asia to Argentina

by Padma Desai

  • 293 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Princeton University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic systems,
  • International economics,
  • Microeconomics,
  • Financial crises,
  • Economic stabilization,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Economics - General,
  • Finance,
  • Business & Economics / Economics / General,
  • Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7758612M
    ISBN 100691113920
    ISBN 109780691113920

    Abstract. Before , the term “contagion” usually referred to the spread of a medical disease. A Lexis-Nexis search for contagion before this year finds hundreds of examples in major newspapers, almost none of which refer to turmoil in international financial markets. 1 This changed in July of A currency crisis in Thailand quickly spread throughout East Asia and Cited by: Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment examines crisis origin and resolution in a comparative perspective by combing empirical evidence from the most robust economies to the least. Why is the U.S. relatively successful at weathering economic ups and downs? Harvard University"The best book yet about the financial crises that have swept.

    who stated that financial market contagion occurred during the crisis is therefore logical. Without a doubt, financial market contagion is an issue of enormous interest in the finance literature. Dornbusch et al. () and Pritsker () adopt the definition of contagion as the.   In short, the financial crisis could lead to an overall systemic crisis through worsening local credit conditions, as well as through shrinking global real economy demand. Global contagion.

    Financial Globalization, Financial Crises and Contagion Enrique G. Mendoza, Vincenzo Quadrini. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in October NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, International Finance and Macroeconomics Two observations suggest that financial globalization played an important role in the recent financial crisis. The study comes to the conclusion that contagion was the primary cause of the financial crisis and that short-term funding in particular is the primary source of systemic instability. In the context of these conclusions, the study engages in a comprehensive and detailed analysis of the possible solutions to financial by:


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"Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment is though-provoking for economic and financial practitioners who want to better understand financial crises and the IMF's attendant policy responses.

Although originally written inthe book remains relevant today."—MKB, Financial Analysts Journal. In Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment: From Asia to Argentina, Padma Desai addresses important concerns about emerging market economies’ compatibility with inherently volatile global financial markets.

Desai is the Gladys and Roland Harriman Professor of Comparative Economic Systems and director of the Center for Transition Economies at. "Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment is though-provoking for economic and financial practitioners who want to better understand financial crises and the IMF's attendant policy responses.

Although originally written inthe book remains relevant today."MKB, Financial Analysts JournalCited by: Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment: From Asia to Argentina - Kindle edition by Desai, Padma.

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"Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment is though-provoking for economic and financial practitioners who want to better understand financial crises and the IMF's attendant policy responses. Although originally written inthe book remains relevant today."—-MKB, Financial Analysts Journal.

From the PublisherPrice: $ "The best book yet about the financial crises that have swept the world in recent years. Desai offers a comprehensive, critical survey that will unsettle ideologues right and left.

This book is essential reading for anyone interested in the global economy."--Paul Krugman, Princeton University"Padma Desai attacks head-on fundamental questions about the compatibility of.

pre-crisis period.1 Theory suggests that interconnected economic fundamentals such as trade and financial linkages among or between the countries can cre-ate avenues to transmit a crisis across the borders, and early empirical studies show that countries with weak economic fundamentals are prone to contagionFile Size: 1MB.

Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment Padma Desai Published by Princeton University Press Desai, Padma. Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment: From Asia to by: Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment Book Description: This book provides a sweeping, up-to-date, and boldly critical account of the financial crises that rocked East Asia and other parts of the world beginning with the collapse of the Thai baht in Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment examines crisis origin and resolution in a comparative perspective by combing empirical evidence from the most robust economies to the least.

Why is the U.S. relatively successful at weathering economic ups and downs. In Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment: From Asia to Argentina, Padma Desai addresses important concerns about emerging market economies’ compatibility with inherently volatile global financial is the Gladys and Roland Harriman Professor of Comparative Economic Systems and director of the Center for Transition Economies at Columbia University.

This Article maps financial crisis containment - extraordinary measures to stop the spread of financial distress - as a category of legal and policy choice.

I make three claims. First, containment is distinct from financial regulation, crisis prevention and resolution. Containment is brief; it targets the immediate by: 6. Book Review: Financial Crisis, Contagion and Containment: From Asia to Argentina Padma Desai; Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, Author: Molly Scott Cato.

Get this from a library. Financial crisis, contagion, and containment: from Asia to Argentina. [Padma Desai] -- This book provides a sweeping, up-to-date, and boldly critical account of the financial crises that rocked East Asia and other parts of the world beginning with the collapse of the Thai baht in Financial Crisis, Contagion, and Containment: From Asia to Argentina (English Edition) eBook: Desai, Padma: : Tienda KindleFormat: Kindle.

Financial Crisis and Contagion: The Effects of the Financial Crisis on the Turkish Financial Sector Osman Kilic, Surya Chelikani, and Thomas Coe Quinnipiac University Abstract: The paper intends to provide further evidence of the widespread nature of contagion caused by the U.S.

financial crisis. The term "contagion" was first introduced in Julywhen the currency crisis in Thailand quickly spread throughout East Asia and then on to Russia and developed markets in North America and Europe were affected, as the relative prices of financial instruments shifted and caused the collapse of Long-Term Capital Management (LTCM), a large U.S.

hedge fund. The similarity between disease outbreaks and financial behaviour, he explains, has seen scientists offering expertise to the money-men. Andy Haldane, the Bank of England’s chief economist, subscribes to the analogy between disease epidemics and financial contagion.

As Kucharski notes, any form of contagion is a social process. Contagion is the spread of market changes or disturbances from one regional market to others. Contagion can refer to the diffusion of either economic booms or economic crises throughout a.1 Financial crisis, contagion, and the British banking system between the world wars Mark Billingsa and Forrest Capieb a Nottingham University Business School, Jubilee Campus, Wollaton Road, Nottingham, NG8 1BB, UK b Cass Business School, Bunhill Row, London, EC1 8TZ, UK Abstract In a globalised world, when financial crisis strikes, can countries which are well.The term contagion has become one of the central topics in the financial literature after devastating effects of Asian Crisis.

In general terms, contagion is the increase in .