Three Decades of International Financial Crises: What Have We Learned and What Still Needs to be Done?
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Fragility that periodically erupts into a full-blown financial crisis appears to be an integral feature of market-based financial systems despite the emergence of sophisticated risk-management tools and regulatory systems. This paper compares the three major crises of the past 3 decades to distill the lessons they offer and to identify what remains to be done. Its findings are especially pertinent as policy makers tackle the financial impacts of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
- The Asian Financial Crisis
- The Global Financial Crisis
- The Eurozone Crisis
- Brief Anatomy of the Responses to the Crises and Critical Comparisons
- Looking Forward
Buckley, Ross P., Emilios Avgouleas, and Douglas W. Arner. 2020. "Three Decades of International Financial Crises: What Have We Learned and What Still Needs to be Done?" In Future of Regional Cooperation in Asia and the Pacific, edited by Bambang Susantono and Cyn-Young Park, 343–400. Manila: Asian Development Bank. https://dx.doi.org/10.22617/TCS200336-2.
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