Penzügyi válságok a fejlődő országokban Megoldások és politikák a hatások

Katalin, Bajkó; Renáta, Koncsag; Dénes-Zoltán, Laczkó; Erzsébet, Lászlo Kinga; Zitta-Klára, Málnási; Melinda, Sala
June 2011
Economists' Forum / Közgazdász Fórum;Jun2011, Vol. 14 Issue 102, p43
Academic Journal
This paper presents the mechanism trough which the effects of the current finanial crisis spilled over to emerging economies, causing problems that also were the result of an internal structural dissonance. The paper examines the measures implemented in each country, and their relevance. At the same time we used the literature to determine the main ideas and also executed a quantitative study, using the databases of the main financial institutions.


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