Debt Crisis Books

📒Big Debt Crisis ✍ IntroBooks Team

✏Book Title : Big Debt Crisis
✏Author : IntroBooks Team
✏Publisher : IntroBooks
✏Release Date : 2019-12-04
✏Pages : 21
✏ISBN :
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Big Debt Crisis Book Summary : The world is interconnected through many links. One of the links is economic. The economies of the world are connected via trade and transactions. There is a huge number of transactions taking place on a daily basis between people belonging to different countries. Thus the world is in itself an economy. There are many chances that this economy underperforms due to various reasons. A major reason for this underperformance is a failure of one or other economy inside the world if a country faces a financial downturn it definitely affects other countries also. History shows that there are many cases of such economic crisis that have happened across the globe. These have lasted for years or sometimes decided. Their immediate effects can be easily seen in the economic performance of a country. Almost all the financial institutions get affected in some way or the other. Many of them even fail to sustain. Unemployment rise is also a common outcome of such debt crisis. These crises act as an example and a lesson for future generations.

✏Book Title : Dealing with the Debt Crisis
✏Author : Ishrat Husain
✏Publisher : World Bank Publications
✏Release Date : 1989
✏Pages : 308
✏ISBN : 0821312464
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Dealing with the Debt Crisis Book Summary : The debt crisis in perspective; Debt management in the late 1980s; Debt reduction and recontracting.

📒Big Debt Crisis ✍ Introbooks

✏Book Title : Big Debt Crisis
✏Author : Introbooks
✏Publisher : Independently Published
✏Release Date : 2019-04-09
✏Pages : 26
✏ISBN : 1093313552
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Big Debt Crisis Book Summary : The world is interconnected through many links. One of the links is economic. The economies of the world are connected via trade and transactions. There is a huge number of transactions taking place on a daily basis between people belonging to different countries. Thus the world is in itself an economy. There are many chances that this economy underperforms due to various reasons. A major reason for this underperformance is a failure of one or other economy inside the world if a country faces a financial downturn it definitely affects other countries also. History shows that there are many cases of such economic crisis that have happened across the globe. These have lasted for years or sometimes decided. Their immediate effects can be easily seen in the economic performance of a country. Almost all the financial institutions get affected in some way or the other. Many of them even fail to sustain. Unemployment rise is also a common outcome of such debt crisis. These crises act as an example and a lesson for future generations.

✏Book Title : The International Debt Crisis in Historical Perspective
✏Author : Barry Eichengreen
✏Publisher : MIT Press
✏Release Date : 1992
✏Pages : 282
✏ISBN : 0262550229
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The International Debt Crisis in Historical Perspective Book Summary : This anatomy of financial crises shows that the worldwide debt crisis of the 1980s was not unprecedented and was even forecast by many. Eichengreen and Lindert bring together original studies that assess the historical record to see what lessons can be learned for resolving today's crisis. "Me International Debt Crisis in Historical Perspective] demonstrates effectively how the historical perspective can help us understand the nature of international debt crises with particular recurring features such as reckless borrowing, excessive optimism of lenders, and the failure to recognize the time dimension in economic development... This stimulating volume shows the value of the historical perspective for policymakers, lenders, and borrowers when appraising foreign investment possibilities, dangers, and pitfalls. The future is not always like the past, but resembles it often enough for the past to be a relevant consideration. " - A. G. Ford, Economic History Review

📒Sovereign Debt Crises ✍ Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky

✏Book Title : Sovereign Debt Crises
✏Author : Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky
✏Publisher : Cambridge University Press
✏Release Date : 2017-10-31
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : 9781316510445
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Sovereign Debt Crises Book Summary : Contributes to a better understanding of the policy, economic, and legal options of countries struggling with debt problems.

✏Book Title : The Debt Crisis
✏Author :
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1989
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : IND:30000036880874
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Debt Crisis Book Summary :

✏Book Title : Democracy and Debt the European Debt Crisis
✏Author :
✏Publisher : Matt Buttsworth
✏Release Date :
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : 9781471031861
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Democracy and Debt the European Debt Crisis Book Summary :

✏Book Title : International Debt Crisis
✏Author :
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1984
✏Pages : 74
✏ISBN : UOM:39015013359321
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏International Debt Crisis Book Summary :

📒1931 ✍ Tobias Straumann

✏Book Title : 1931
✏Author : Tobias Straumann
✏Publisher : Oxford University Press
✏Release Date : 2019-01-08
✏Pages : 232
✏ISBN : 9780192548139
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏1931 Book Summary : Germany's financial collapse in the summer of 1931 was one of the biggest economic catastrophes of modern history. It led to a global panic, brought down the international monetary system, and turned a worldwide recession into a prolonged depression. The crisis also contributed decisively to the rise of Hitler. Within little more than a year of its onset, the Nazis were Germany's largest political party at both the regional and national level, paving the way for Hitler's eventual seizure of power in January 1933. The origins of the collapse lay in Germany's large pile of foreign debt denominated in gold-backed currencies, which condemned the German government to cut spending, raise taxes, and lower wages in the middle of a worldwide recession. As political resistance to this policy of austerity grew, the German government began to question its debt obligations, prompting foreign investors to panic and sell their German assets. The resulting currency crisis led to the failure of the already weakened banking system and a partial sovereign default. Hitler managed to profit from the crisis because he had been the most vocal critic of the reparation regime responsible for the lion's share of German debts. As the financial system collapsed, his relentless attacks against foreign creditors and the alleged complicity of the German government resonated more than ever with the electorate. The ruling parties that were responsible for the situation lost their credibility and became defenceless in the face of his onslaught against an establishment allegedly selling the country out to her foreign creditors. Meanwhile, these creditors hesitated too long to take the wind out of Hitler's sails by offering debt relief. In this way, a financial crisis soon developed into a political catastrophe for both Europe and the world.

✏Book Title : Reflections on the Greek Sovereign Debt Crisis
✏Author : Aristidis Bitzenis
✏Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
✏Release Date : 2014-09-26
✏Pages : 396
✏ISBN : 9781443867832
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Reflections on the Greek Sovereign Debt Crisis Book Summary : The euro was generally considered a success in its first decade. Nevertheless, the “unanticipated” financial crisis in the summer of 2007 has developed gradually into the worst global economic crisis in post-war economic history and a sovereign debt crisis, calling into question the endurance of positive externalities under the current form of European economic integration. The experience of double-dip recessions in the core of the euro-area and the occurrence of a deflationary spiral in its southern periphery brings into question the wisdom of fiscal consolidation via austerity in the adjustment programmes adopted to exit the crisis. They also put into doubt the adequacy and efficiency of the European Economic and Monetary Union’s core elements, its political instruments and macroeconomic assumptions, as can be seen in the role of the Stability and Growth Pact and the stance of the European Central Bank. The title of this collective volume refers to the country where the European sovereign debt crisis began, while its contents concentrate on the extent to which this crisis should be a national or a European concern. Moreover, the focus on Greece stimulates discussion about the neglected factor of the shadow economy and the potential to boost government revenue through its successful transfer to the formal economy. The chapters address the inefficiencies of both euro-area institutions and policies adopted to exit the current predicament. Experts from several disciplines review the literature and critically evaluate the existence of issues such as contagion effects, domino effects, deflationary spirals, institutional efficiency and the reality of the option to exit the euro-area.