Financial factors in the Great Depression
A study was conducted to evaluate the impact of financial variables on the Great Depression of the 1930s. The study focuses on developments involving research on financial links of the depression. Results show that a consideration of the influence of capital market imperfections on the events leading to the depression is vital. The inclusion of financial market disruptions and its links to generated economic activity should likewise be considered in analyzing major economic events.
Publication Name: Journal of Economic Perspectives
Post-socialist financial fragility: the case of Albania
Issues concerning the contrast between the economic collapse in Albania in 1997 and the success status of the country's post-Socialist transition between 1992 and 1996 are discussed. Particular attention is given to connections between government and financial and economic restructuring.
Publication Name: Cambridge Journal of Economics
Was there an implicit full guarantee at financial institutions in Thailand? Evidence of risk pricing by depositors
The financial crisis, which led to risk pricing by depositors because of no guarantee on deposits in financial institutions, is presented. The differences in interest rates in banks and financial companies due to difference in measuring risk in Thailand are analyzed.
Publication Name: Journal of Comparative Economics
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