Citations with the tag: FINANCIAL crises -- Prevention

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  • How to avoid international financial crises.
    Yeager, Leland B. // CATO Journal; Winter98, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p257 

    Presents information on how international financial crises can be avoided. How these crises are caused; Reference to the financial crises of Mexico and East Asia; How compromise can lead to a financial crisis; Advantages and disadvantages of polar arrangements; Information on capital movements.

  • Sovereign defaults will be felt globally.
    Drayson, Tim // Mortgage Strategy; 2/22/2010, p23 

    The article discusses the extraordinary measures taken by the policy makers in Great Britain in order to solve financial crisis and rebuild its financial system.

  • 10 simple steps toward your financial freedom.
    Kelly, Craig // San Diego Business Journal; 08/25/97, Vol. 18 Issue 34, p24 

    Offers ten steps to ensure financial freedom. How to set clear objectives for the attainment of wealth; What are the risks associated with managing money; Other suggestions on how to achieve financial freedom.

  • Avoiding financial disaster.
    Kelly, Craig // International Construction; Mar1997, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p14 

    Provides tips for companies on how to avoid financial disaster. Factors causing financial disaster; Problems facing contract drafters in a series of sequential contracts; Case study on how financial disaster hit an infrastructure development project.

  • Fiscal cliff diving.
    Klierly, Seymour // High Plains Journal; 11/26/2012, Vol. 130 Issue 49, p4-B 

    The author discusses the proposed solutions to the problems association with the fiscal situation in the U.S.

  • How to avoid eight common mistakes made by businesses in financial crisis.
    Tippie, Alag G.; Kupetz, David S. // Outlook; Spring98, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p43 

    Identifies some common mistakes made by businesses in financial crisis and how best to avoid them. Includes dumping the accounting personnel; Refusing to communicate with creditors; Misleading employees; Failing to identify and eliminate bleeders; Failing to cut overhead or sparing the sacred...

  • Better, More Intelligent, Derivatives Trading Rules Are Needed Now, Report Says.
    Tippie, Alag G.; Kupetz, David S. // Clearing Quarterly & Directory; Spring2010, p5 

    The article focuses on the report by Aite Group analyst Paul Zubulake entitled "Smart Regulation: Is it Possible?" which indicates that the U.S. will avoid another market downturn through making the over-the-counter derivatives market more transparent and improving corporate governance.

  • Money Madness.
    Bresiger, Gregory // Financial Planning; Sep99, Vol. 29 Issue 9, p91 

    Discusses financial dysfunction often encountered by financial planners. Comments from financial planner, Bert Whitehead; Problems that can destroy a financial plan; Attitudes of people raised in the Depression.

  • Austerity cuts worsen economic crisis.
    Orchard, Phil // Green Left Weekly; 6/1/2011, Issue 881, p15 

    The article reports on the outcome of the efforts of the British Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government to address the economic crisis.

  • Is greater private sector burden sharing impossible?
    Eichengreen, Barry // Finance & Development; Sep99, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p16 

    Looks at bailing out in the private sector as an important element for financial crisis prevention and resolution. Bank crisis in Korea and Brazil; Issue on whether senior claimants should be granted immunity from restructuring agreements; Cases of American-style bonds; Implications for the...

  • Let's Not Try to Manage Failure.
    Fitzgerald, Patrick // American Banker; 3/18/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 42, p9 

    The author discusses why systemically important global financial institutions should not be managed as a way to prevent a global financial crisis.

  • Keeping NZ out of train-wreck ranks.
    McMillan, Virginia // New Zealand Doctor; 3/13/2013, p10 

    The article focuses on the methods induced by New Zealand (NZ) to avoid being part of the countries with diminishing economies, through a responsible financial management.

  • Money Matters.
    DANNHAUSER, CAROL LEONETTI // Fairfield Living; Jan/Feb2017, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p19 

    The article presents suggestions for women to manage money to avoid financial crisis in their lives.

    DANNHAUSER, CAROL LEONETTI // Fairfield Living; Jan/Feb2017, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p19 

    The article presents suggestions for couples to avoid financial crisis which include devoting atleast 30 minutes in a week to a money conversation, and having a current will.

  • Can Spiegel mend tattered finances?
    Gallun, Alby // Crain's Chicago Business; 2/10/2003, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p4 

    Focuses on efforts of banks and majority owner of Spiegel Inc., Otto family, to solve the financial crisis faced by the company. Steps taken by the owner and the banks to solve the company's financial problems; Implications of the company's financial position for its shareholders; Financial...

  • How the Future Can Be Prologue.
    Neiman, Richard H. // American Banker; 3/23/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 44, p8 

    The author comments on the need for policymakers and the financial services industry to be aware of what might cause the next financial crisis and to take steps, including a proposed Office of Financial Research, to determine and prepare for potential threats.

  • Prevention Of Future Emerging Market Crises is a Task For Multilaterals, Sovereigns and Private Sector.
    Neiman, Richard H. // High Yield Report; 10/30/2000, Vol. 11 Issue 42, p5 

    Asserts that the prevention of future emerging market crises is a task for multilateral banks, sovereigns and the private sector.

  • CentAm Banking: Picking The Outperformers.
    Neiman, Richard H. // Emerging Markets Monitor; 5/3/2010, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p10 

    The article reports on the state of the banking sector in Central America. Countries in the region were able to prevent a banking crisis in 2009. Credit quality in Costa Rica and Panama is expected to be affected by exposure of banks to leveraged domestic industries. It is also seen that...

  • Implants, asbestos and diet pills: How the board can...
    Goldman, Daniel B. // NACD Directorship; Nov97, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p6 

    Focuses on how corporate directors in United States can prevent a products liability crisis. Common scenarios occurring on the boards when faced with business crisis; Preventive measure the boards can take to avoid liabilities; Implementation of Audit as defense and preventive mechanism against...

  • Crash-Free Sequencing Strategies for Financial Development and Liberalization.
    Chan-Lau, Jorge A.; Zhaohui Chen // IMF Staff Papers; 2001, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p179 

    Focuses on the importance of proper sequencing of financial development and liberalization measures in preventing financial crisis. Significance of improving financial development in fast growing economies; Considerations in choosing sequencing process; Impact of the decrease in foreign loans...

  • International banking group suggests ways to head off another crisis.
    Seiberg, Jaret // American Banker; 1/28/1999, Vol. 164 Issue 18, p18 

    Highlights recommendations of the Institute of International Finance to lenders and government officials in developing countries aimed at preventing another global financial crisis. Holding of quarterly meetings between government officials and lenders; Availability of economic recovery plans...

  • Raise top rate now, reform tax next year.
    Nelson (D-Fla.), Bill // Hill; 12/11/2012, Vol. 19 Issue 138, p24 

    The author discusses the rising concern of Americans in the prevention of financial crisis in the U.S. on December 31, 2012, in which lowering federal deficits and tax reform are seen as solution.

  • The Asian crisis: Lessons for crisis management and prevention.
    Nelson (D-Fla.), Bill // Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin; Aug99, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p285 

    Focuses on the succession of financial crises of Asia, Russia and Latin America in 1997 and 1998. Role of the International Monetary Fund in the crisis; Possible actions to limit further crises; Crisis prevention as emphasis of public policy; International response to financial crisis.

  • International And Domestic Policy Responses To The Financial Crisis In Central And Eastern Europe: Lessons For Ukraine.
    Polyvana, Tetiana // Romanian Journal of Political Science; Spring2010, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p22 

    The paper looks into the main successes and failures in policy responses to the financial crisis in Central and Eastern Europe at global, EU and domestic levels. The paper argues that despite the failure to prevent the crisis at all levels, coordination of regulatory actions at global and EU...

  • Japan Inc. sliding in slo-mo.
    Barr, Cameron W. // Christian Science Monitor; 6/19/98, Vol. 90 Issue 143, p1 

    Discusses the economic recession in Japan and the unemployment rate. United States involvement to boost the yen; Details on Group of Eight meetings to hear Japan's plans for cleaning up bad loans; How the Liberal Democratic Party election will impact the recession; The daily struggles of a...

  • Save yen, save world.
    Barr, Cameron W. // Christian Science Monitor; 6/19/98, Vol. 90 Issue 143, p16 

    Editorial. Discusses the impact of the decline of the yen and China's involvement in restoring it. Details on how a complete fallout of the yen could have created economic havoc for other countries; Steps Japan must follow to improve the yen.

  • "Help us through our cash crisis!".
    Janes, Erika Rasmusson // Redbook; Aug2008, Vol. 211 Issue 2, p112 

    The article offers tips which are essential for Dan and Nicole Angle in dealing their cash crisis problem.

  • Prepared for trouble.
    Smith, Anne Kates; Kaye, Steven D. // U.S. News & World Report; 04/14/97, Vol. 122 Issue 14, p59 

    Examines what financial leaders in the United States learned from the 1987 stock market crash. Factors including the drop of the Dow Jones, the Federal Reserve Board's interest-rate hike, and fear of inflation that are giving many investors with a 10-year memory an unpleasant sense of deja vu;...

  • Tarullo: Risk of TBTF Rises Sans Dodd-Frank Reform.
    Borak, Donna // American Banker; 5/3/2012, Vol. 177 Issue 69, p16 

    The article notes U.S. Federal Reserve Board Governor Daniel Tarullo's views on regulatory reform and bailouts to companies that are considered "too big to fail" because they lack adequate capital which can destabilize the financial system during a crisis.

  • How the Future Can Be Prologue.
    Neiman, Richard H. // American Banker; 3/23/2010, Vol. 175 Issue 44, p8 

    The author comments on the need for policymakers and the financial services industry to be aware of what might cause the next financial crisis and to take steps, including a proposed Office of Financial Research, to determine and prepare for potential threats.

  • Managing Financial Distress and Valuing Distressed Securities: A Survey and a Research Agenda.
    John, Kose // FM: The Journal of the Financial Management Association; Autumn1993, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p60 

    Surveys the empirical and theoretical research on managing financial distress and valuing corporate securities. Optimal strategies for liquidity management; Importance of understanding debt workouts; Predicting shareholder wealth effects using daily stock price data; Features of bankruptcy...

  • Controlling Financial Distress Costs in Leveraged Buyouts With Financial Innovations.
    Opler, Tim C. // FM: The Journal of the Financial Management Association; Autumn1993, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p79 

    Discusses the value of financial innovations in controlling financial distress costs in leveraged buyouts. Evaluation of financing methods; Implications for corporate financial policy making; Value in establishing pricing guidelines in the junk bond market.

  • Regulating systemic risk is a job for a council.
    ISAAC, WILLIAM // Accounting Today; 7/20/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p8 

    The author recommends the creation of a Systemic Risk Council, which will compose of at least four agencies, in order to prevent future financial crises. In the U.S., a proposal was made regarding the creation of a systemic risk regulator like the Federal Reserve. According to the author, the...

  • TBTF Banks Face Limits with EU Plan.
    ISAAC, WILLIAM // American Banker; 1/5/2011, Vol. 176 Issue 3, p16 

    The article reports on the European Union's plan to prevent financial crises by allowing regulators such as the Financial Stability Board and the European Commission to set limits for new products and trading risks at banks that are identified as "too big to fail."

  • Editorial.
    Meyer, Henning // Social Europe: The Journal of the European Left; Autumn2008, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p3 

    The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including the policy changes needed to address economic and financial crises in Europe and the issue on social economy in the country.

  • Power Position: Solar Jobs Are on the Rise.
    Davis, Dorothy // Power Engineering; Dec2010, Vol. 114 Issue 12, Special section p10 

    The article reports that a census by the nonprofit solar education and research organization The Solar Foundation found 16,700 solar job sites and more than 93,000 people working in all 50 U.S. states as of August 2010. The Solar Foundation census also found that despite the economic crisis,...

  • Remaking the World Financial System.
    Synnott III, Thomas W. // Business Economics; Jul2000, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p42 

    Globalization of production and investment in recent years has led to an enormous expansion of private long-term capital flows from advanced economies to developing countries. While contributing greatly to economic growth and development in the countries receiving them, these capital flows have...

  • Is the IMF killing off its patients?
    Zagorin, Adam // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 8/31/1998, Issue 35, p62 

    Criticizes the way that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has attempted to impose economic reforms on countries in the late 1990s who were not yet ready for the reforms demanded for IMF bailouts. Countries that the IMF has provided funds for and how their economies are doing in 1998; Money...

  • Business owners to work with Obama on key issues.
    HOOVER, KENT // Buffalo Law Journal; 11/22/2012, Vol. 84 Issue 94, p4 

    The article provides suggestions of business leaders on how U.S. President Barack Obama and the Congress can collaborate like putting aside partisanship to solve problems, preventing fiscal cliff and extending current tax rates, and making healthcare reform work for small enterprises.

  • Will the Y2K bug mean the end of work as we know it?
    Adams III, John T. // HR Magazine; Nov98, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p8 

    Urges inspection of the computer system of companies for compliance to the Year 2000 upgrading requirements to avoid a potential economic shutdown. Mechanism of the forecasted crisis; Potential effects of a failure to comply to the system-upgrading requirements; Implications of the problem for...

  • Medcraft signals proactive ASIC approach.
    Taylor, Mike // Money Management; 11/15/2012, Vol. 26 Issue 44, p7 

    The article offers the insights of Greg Medcraft, chairman of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), regarding the need for regulators to adopt a proactive approach to avoid financial crisis.

  • The West Is Detroying Its Banking System.
    Kotegawa, Daisuke // Executive Intelligence Review; 4/5/2013, Vol. 40 Issue 14, p14 

    The article presents a speech by Daisuke Kotegawa, research director of Canon Institute in Tokyo, Japan, delivered in the Schiller Institute conference held on March 23, 2013, in which he discussed the 3 kinds of safety nets to prevent financial crises, the resolution for non-performing loans,...

    Koenig, Karen M. // Wood & Wood Products; Apr2008, Vol. 113 Issue 4, p9 

    The author reflects on the development and progression of woodworking industry in the U.S. The author explains that the woodworking manufacturers should develop effective strategic planning to prevent business crisis. She believes that business survival depends on the practices and attitudes of...

  • GOP steps up criticism of IMF 'bailout bonanza'.
    Heflin, Jay // Hill; 6/8/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 63, p17 

    The article reports that House Republican Conference Vice Chairwoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers is concerned about the issue that American taxpayers are paying almost 100 billion dollars to help end a financial crisis in Europe.

    Krstić, Borko; Radojičić, Jelena // Economic Themes; 2012, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p535 

    Due to the importance of deposits in bank operations and their vulnerability to crisis conditions, deposit insurance is being promoted over the past decades as one of the pillars of modern government-established financial safety network. Creation and implementation of an effective insurance...

  • Financial Arsonists Demand Bigger "Firewall".
    Krstić, Borko; Radojičić, Jelena // New American (08856540); 2/20/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p8 

    The article reports on the views of several economic experts concerning International Monetary Fund's (IMF) managing director Christine Lagarde's suggestion that all taxpayers worldwide should chip in one trillion dollars to the agency to prevent a global financial crisis.

  • IMFC Meeting Endorses IMF Crisis Prevention Efforts.
    Krstić, Borko; Radojičić, Jelena // Finance & Development; Jun2001, Vol. 38 Issue 2, pI 

    Focuses on the support of the International Monetary and Financial Committee to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Horst Kohler's crisis prevention mechanism proposals which were discussed during the April 29, 2001 Washington, D.C. meeting. Crisis prevention and financial...

  • Out of the shadows.
    Krstić, Borko; Radojičić, Jelena // Money Marketing; 7/12/2012, p26 

    The article focuses on attempts by governments, particularly Great Britain, to create reforms aimed at averting crises, as of July 2012. Governments are said to respond to crises with measures to thwart the recurrence of similar events. It notes that the history of financial regulation is...

  • Apathy and ignorance fuel rising debt.
    Anker, Guy // Mortgage Strategy; 3/10/2008, p24 

    The author discusses the need for the British government to develop programs that would include personal finance management on school curriculum. Citing the contribution of general public's ignorance and apathy on the crisis facing the financial and housing markets, he argues that the government...

  • Needed: Global solutions for international financial crises.
    Hakim, Peter // Christian Science Monitor; 8/27/98, Vol. 90 Issue 192, p11 

    Comments on the importance of international capital to the continued economic growth in Latin America. Why Latin American countries must adopt measures to secure the benefits of international capital; What is required in Latin America to prevent the dangers of international capital; The search...

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