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Сучасні Моделі Фінансових Криз
[The modern models of financial crisis]


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  • Petrushchak, Bohdan


The theoretical aspects of three generation of financial crisis’ models are analyzed. On the basis of retrospective analysis of these models are determined the main causes than make the economic misbalance more profound and than cause a crisis. Проаналізовано теоретичні аспекти трьох генерацій моделей фінансових криз. На основі ретроспективного аналізу моделей виникнення, розвитку і перебігу фінансових криз визначено основні фактори ризику, наявність яких сприяє поглибленню економічних дисбалансів, а відтак і зародженню фінансової кризи.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 30020.

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Date of creation: 2010
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Publication status: Published in Вісник Львівського національного університету імені Івана Франка Серія економічна.44(2010): pp. 70-80
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:30020

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Keywords: Фінансова криза; моделі фінансових криз; очікування; що само реалізуються; екзогенний шок; “ефект фінансового інфікування”; “стадний інстинкт”; “ефект доміно”; асиметрична інформація; несприятливий вибір; моральний ризик; Financial crisis; the model of financial crisis; self-fulfilling prophecy; exogenous shock; financial contagion; Domino effect; asymmetric information; moral hazard; adverse selection;

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