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Reinhart, Carmen M
This time is different : eight centuries of financial folly / Carmen M. Reinhart, Kenneth S. Rogoff
Princeton : Princeton University Press, c2009
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 3rd Floor  HB3722 .R45 2009    AVAILABLE
50th Anniversary Gift donated by Edward and Marguerite Kowaleski
Subject(s) Financial crises -- Case studies
Fiscal policy -- Case studies
Business cycles -- Case studies
Physical Description xlv, 463 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents Pt. I. Financial crises : an operational primer -- 1. Varieties of crises and their dates -- 2. Debt intolerance : the genesis of serial default -- 3. A global database on financial crises with a long-term view -- Pt. II. Sovereign external debt crises -- 4. A digression on the theoretical underpinnings of debt crises -- 5. Cycles of sovereign default on external debt -- 6. External default through history -- Pt. III. The forgotten history of domestic debt and default -- 7. The stylized facts of domestic debt and default -- 8. Domestic debt : the missing link explaining external default and high inflation -- 9. Domestic and external default : which is worse? who is senior? -- Pt. IV. Banking crises, inflation, and currency crashes -- 10. Banking crises -- 11. Default through debasement : an "old world" favorite -- 12. Inflation and modern currency crashes -- Pt. V. The U.S. subprime meltdown and the second great contraction -- 13. The U.S. subprime crisis : an international and historical comparison -- 14. The aftermath of financial crises -- 15. The international dimensions of the subprime crisis : the results of contagion or common fundamentals? -- 16. Composite measures of financial turmoil -- Pt. VI. What have we learned? -- 17. Reflections on early warnings, graduation, policy responses, and the foibles of human nature
Summary An empirical investigation of financial crises during the last 800 years
NOTE 50th Anniversary Gift donated by Edward and Marguerite Kowaleski
Alternate Author Rogoff, Kenneth S

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