Impactul Financiarizarii Asupra Procesului De Convergenta Economica In Uniunea Europeana
AbstractThe objective of the present study consists of the analyzing the relationship between financialization process and economic convergence in the European Union, with a special emphasis on the euro zone and the CEE countries. The financial system is analyzed both from the perspective of the dynamic recorded during the last ten years and from the peculiarities implied by its components. The approach is a complex one, both at the level of the global financial system as well as at the level of its dimensions – banking system, stock and bond market, monetary market. The focus is placed on the real convergence process, reflected into the GDP dynamic, and on the manner GDP reacts to the impulses of the financial system’ components.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by National Institute of Economic Research in its series Studii Economice with number 111213.
Length: 32 pages
Date of creation: Dec 2011
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convergenta; financiarizare; economie nominala; economie reala; sistem financiar;
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