Almost ten years have passed since the onset of the global economic crisis, but scientists, businesspeople, bankers, and politicians continue to argue about its causes and whether it could have been prevented. The anticrisis measures that were taken also remain in dispute, and if you ask ten different economists which direction the economy is going, youll likely get ten different answers. Irakli Kovzanadze, a career banker and financier, examines the crisis, including its effects on the worlds social and political development in this important book. He highlights the following: causes of the crisis, including a dangerous triad of deregulation, financial innovation, and the speculative nature of doing business anticrisis measures at the national, regional, and international levels measures for reforming rating agencies that occupy an exceptionally important place in the modern global economy. From the origins and development of the crisis in the United States of America and Europe, to its ultimate spread, and on to ways the crisis was overcome, this book is an essential resource for aspiring macroeconomists, geopoliticians, bankers, students, and business professionals.
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