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Economic Crises as a Result of Distrust
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Editors: Emilio Gullini
Book Description:
A large and relatively unimpeded flow of credit through healthy financial markets is a salient attribute of the U.S. economy and any well functioning modern economy. Banks and other financial institutions channel the economy's savings toward a variety of current productive uses. By borrowing short-term and lending long-term, these institutions create a flow of credit that passes liquidity from savers to investors, and transforms liquid short-run assets into less liquid long-term assets. But lending in credit markets requires confidence in the borrowers' ability to repay the debt (principal and interest) in full and on schedule. The current turmoil in U.S. financial markets is the result of a breakdown in that necessary confidence. In an environment of distrust, financial institutions are far less willing and able to lend long-term. This book examines the monetary policy and macro-economic supply factors in U.S. credit markets that contributed to the credit expansion. This book also defines credit default swaps, explains their use by banks for risk management, and discusses the potential for systemic risk. This book consists of public documents which have been located, gathered, combined, reformatted, and enhanced with a subject index, selectively edited and bound to provide easy access.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1. Chinese Foreign Exchange Interventions, pp. 1-18
(Jim Saxton)

Chapter 2. Financial Crisis- Lessons from Chile, pp. 19-25
(J.F. Hornbeck)

Chapter 3. Financial Crisis- Lessons from Sweden, pp. 27-33
(James K. Jackson)

Chapter 4. Financial Market Turmoil and U.S. Macroeconomic Performance, pp. 35-59
(Craig K. Elwell)

Chapter 5. Financial Meltdown and Policy Response, pp. 61-80
(Jim Saxton)

Chapter 6. Government Policy Blunders and Global Financial Crisis, pp. 81-87
(Jim Saxton)

Chapter 7. Hoover's Lethal Economic Policy Mix, pp. 89-96
(Jim Saxton)

Chapter 8. Housing Bubble and the Global Financial Crisis, pp. 97-105
(Jim Saxton)

Chapter 9. Housing Bubble and the Global Financial Crisis - Vulnerabilities, pp. 107-121
(Jim Saxton)

Chapter 10. How the Credit Crisis Affects You, pp. 123-131
(Charles E. Schumer and Carolyn B. Maloney)

Chapter 11. Policy Lesson's from Japan's Lost Decade, pp. 133-140
(Jim Saxton)

Chapter 12. Credit Default Swaps: Frequently Asked Questions, pp. 141-148
(Edward Vincent Murphy)

Chapter Sources pp.149-150

Index pp.151-162

   Series:
      Global Recession - Causes, Impacts and Remedies
   Binding: Softcover
   Pub. Date: 2012
   Pages: 162.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-355-4
   Status: AV
  
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