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Blogs - Mar 2012

What Made the Financial Crisis Systemic? from the CATO Institute
Thu, 2012-03-08 13:13
Markets can become unbalanced, but they generally correct themselves before crises become systemic. Because of the accumulation of past political reactions to previous crises, this did not occur with the most recent crisis.

The Inequality Trap by Kemal Dervis
Fri, 2012-03-09 12:32
The early 2012 upturn in US economic activity still owes a lot to extraordinarily expansionary monetary policy and unsustainable fiscal deficits. If income concentration could be reduced as the budget deficit was reduced, demand could be financed by sustainable, broad-based private incomes.

On the Apparently Growing Class Divide and What can be Done About it by Gary Becker
Mon, 2012-03-12 12:15
The evidence suggests that children of successful parents are more likely to be successful relative to others of their own generation than was true in the first half of the 20th century.

Responsible Populism by Simon Johnson
Fri, 2012-03-16 15:53
Powerful bankers wreaked havoc with our economy, destroyed millions of jobs and directly caused a huge increase in the national debt. These people and their successors are now poised to get out of control again.

“Macro…, what?!” The New Buzz on Financial Stability by José Viñals and Nicolás Eyzaguirre
Tue, 2012-03-27 11:20
New research on how macroprudential policies and help a country achieve financial stability.

Emerging Asia: Two Paths through the Storm by Galina Hale and Alec Kennedy
Tue, 2012-03-27 11:35
Two main crisis transmission channels, exposure to U.S. financial markets and reliance on manufacturing exports, determined how severely countries in the region were affected.

Choosing the Road to Prosperity: Why We Must End Too Big to Fail—Now by Harvey Rosenblum
Wed, 2012-03-28 12:52
The essay notes that “commercial banks holding roughly one-third of the assets in the banking system did essentially fail, surviving only with extraordinary government assistance.”


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