Balance Sheet Effects, Bailout Guarantees and Financial Crises
- Making It Happen. Migliore, Matt // Flow Control;Nov2008, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p4
The author offers his insights regarding the ailing economy of the U.S. The author thinks that all the talk about presidents and vice presidents and experience and interest rates and credit crunches and bank bailouts is merely a distraction from what really needs to be done to set the country on...
- AFTER THE TSUNAMI. Bell, Daniel A. // New Republic;03/09/98, Vol. 218 Issue 10, p22
Examines the notion that economic development leads to democratization based on the experience of countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Impact of the 1997 financial crisis on the politics of several countries in the region; Discussion on the role of the middle class in the democratization...
- The great betrayal. Powell, Bill; Moreau, Ron; Kattoulas, Velisarios; Clemetson, Lynnette; Koh, Barbara; Wehrfritz, George // Bulletin with Newsweek;08/04/98, Vol. 117 Issue 6134, p52
Focuses on the economic crisis across Asia, which can be measured in joblessness, poverty and desperation. The emerging middle class dropping back into destitution; Unemployment as an indicator in economic contractions; Japanese moving to end lifetime employment policy; South Korea selling off...
- The Financial Crisis of August 1998. Avraamova, E.; Ovcharova, L. // Problems of Economic Transition;May2001, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p4
Discusses the impact of the financial crisis of August 1998 on the middle class in Russia. Strategies of the middle class on the eve of the crisis; Assessment of the scope of the crisis; Evaluation of the prospects for socioeconomic development after the crisis.
- IMPROVING THE INFORMATION IN FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. Rinke, Dolores // International Journal of Business & Social Science;2011, Vol. 2 Issue 18, p64
Society suffers a loss of efficiency when the information upon which market participants rely is insufficient or inaccurate. These real world phenomena have been a major source of our entire financial crisis over the last several years and there is little reason to believe that they will not...
- Spanish Austerity Savage to the Point of Sadism. Hallinan, Conn // Foreign Policy in Focus;6/15/2012, p2
The author comments on the European Union's radical bailout package to halt the financial crisis engulfing Spain. He believes that the response of the EU to the economic chaos in the continent is a profound delusion and agrees with what a British reporter for calling it a sado-monetarism, which...
- Discredited. Morris, Charles R. // Commonweal;4/10/2009, Vol. 136 Issue 7, p8
The author reflects on the global financial crisis in 2009. He expresses his concern on current crisis which does not suit the mainstream economic models. He argues that all easy credit programs permitted U.S. public to spend 5% more than they produced which resulted in an overrun of about $4.5...
- WORDS-WORTH: BAILOUT. // Management Today;Nov2011, p21
The article offers information on bailout which means releasing someone from a financial crisis.
- Wall Street Madness. // American History;Aug2010, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p25
The article introduces the article "Upside-Down Bailout" by H. W. Brands, on government intervention in a U.S. financial crisis.