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COST Action IS0902: Systemic Risks, Financial Crises and Credit

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The Financial Crisis – Failing to Learn and Learning to Fail? at Athens

March 13, 2014 to March 15, 2014
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The Financial Crisis – Failing to Learn and Learning to Fail? at Harokopio University,

March 13, 2014 to March 15, 2014
What have we learnt from the greatest financial crisis since the Great Depression? The 2013 Nobel Prize was split between economists with widely divergent interpretations of rationality in financial markets and the necessity of financial regulation. Veterans of critique from Post-Keynesians to Post-Marxists see themselves vindicated by the crisis while economic textbooks continue to teach mainstream economics as if nothing happened. What have other disciplinary approaches to the economy learnt…See More
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Post-doctoral researcher position at PRIO

 PRIO invites applications for the position of post-doctoral researcher in support of its EU project portfolio in security research.  Specialization is in the societal, ethical, legal dimensions of counter-terrorism measures, with particular emphasis on financial surveillance.
 
The successful candidate will join PRIO’s security research team and carry out research on European counter-terrorism measures, in general, and counter-terrorist…
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Posted by J. Peter Burgess on May 20, 2013 at 9:28am

The European policy model revision and the challenge of democracy

The policy model, the European Union was built on, represents the most faithful implementation of the theoretical conclusions reached by the mainstream. These conclusions can be summarized , for the aim of this note, with the denial of the direct relationship between government spending and growth and of the active role of monetary policy in influencing the equilibrium income.

These conclusions affected almost all the advanced economies and conduced to an institutional structure based…

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Posted by Rosaria Rita Canale on September 3, 2012 at 9:55pm

Protect yourself from the aftershock of the global crisis and beat the debt blues



According to the opinion of the world’s leading economists, there is a warning of a new financial crisis that may have after-effects that is more serious than that of the GFC in the year 2008. A Washington-based lender recently projected an annual global growth rate of 3.8% within the next 2 years. However, some other economists are of the opinion that the global…

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Posted by Jason Holmes on May 25, 2012 at 1:19pm

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Greece and the Eurocrisis 1 Reply

I'd like to start a new thread about Greece and the Eurocrisis.>> First, you are invited to a public lecture & debate with Greek > economist Yannis Varoufakis, on 6 october in Groningen…Continue

Started by Dirk Bezemer. Last reply by Dirk Bezemer Oct 5, 2011.

Questioning Policy Effectiveness: Quantitative Easing 7 Replies

Quantitative Easing is Pushing on a StringThey’re at it again. Last October the US Federal Open Market Committee announced it “is prepared to provide additional accommodation if needed”. This means…Continue

Started by Dirk Bezemer. Last reply by Neil Lancastle Sep 29, 2011.

Questioning Policy Effectiveness: what role for reserves?

Hi All, Prepare for the next phase of the credit crisis: inflation The refresh, the first four phases were: 1. A US household debt crisis (2000-2006), spilling over into banks' balance sheets2.…Continue

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Started by Dirk Bezemer Jun 10, 2011.

Debt Is The Problem - Why the Shiller Solution Won’t Work

Debt Is The Problem - Why the Shiller Solution Won’t Work(this comment piece appeared in the Financial Times, 5 November 2009)Dirk Bezemer Economists have been mulling over the shape financial…Continue

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Started by Dirk Bezemer Jun 10, 2011.

 
 
 

COST Action IS0902: Systemic Risks, Financial Crises and Credit - the roots, dynamics and consequences of the Subprime Crisis

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