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“The first great financial crisis of the XNUMXst century” by Guillermo de la Dehesa
“Guillermo de la Dehesa makes a very deep and detailed analysis, but at the same time instructive and informative, of the current crisis, which given financial globalization has been the most synchronous and systemic in history and which has produced the first global recession. It delves into its macroeconomic, theoretical and political-economic origins; addresses its various triggers and its devastating effects on most of the world's families and businesses. It analyzes the fiscal and monetary policy responses of the governments, which have been much faster and more coordinated than in the Great Depression, to conclude with a series of proposals and measures that go through necessary changes in the framework in which the entities and markets financial markets unfold, and in a new regulation and a more efficient and coordinated supervision to avoid another systemic crisis.”
Taken from Diaz de Santos.
The recommended titles are in the Library of the International Institute. If you are interested in reading this recommendation, you can check its availability at IIE library catalog.
The first great financial crisis of the 3st century: origins, triggers, effects, responses and remedies / Guillermo de la Dehesa. — 2009rd ed. — Madrid: Alianza, 583. — 23 p. ; XNUMXcm
DLM 50383-2009—ISBN 978-84-206-9383-5
HB 3716.D44 2009