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Sonderfrage im World Economic Survey im dritten Quartal 2018 – Wie gut wären Volkswirtschaften weltweit gegen eine neue Finanzkrise gewappnet?

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Als Reaktion auf die Finanzkrise änderten viele Länder ihre Politik und die Regulierung ihres Finanzsektors. Um zu prüfen, ob diese Reformen zu einer höheren Widerstandsfähigkeit der Wirtschaft dieser Länder führten, wurden im Rahmen des World Economic Survey (WES) III/2018 die an der Umfrage teilnehmenden Experten nach ihrer Einschätzung dazu befragt. Die Ergebnisse zeigen unter anderem, dass, obwohl noch viel Raum für Verbesserung bleibt, die Mehrheit der Experten ihre nationale Volkswirtschaft besser auf eine Krise vorbereitet sieht. Die Frage, ob die Länder nun besser auf eine Finanzkrise reagieren könnten als vor 2007, bejahten 22,5% der Befragungsteilnehmer, 38,7% sagten, sie seien inzwischen etwas besser gerüstet. 24,6% der Teilnehmer waren der Meinung, sie seien schlechter gewappnet. Innerhalb der einzelnen Länderaggregate gaben jeweils die meisten Experten an, die Wirtschaft sei einigermaßen gerüstet für eine erneute Finanzkrise. Es zeigt sich deutlich, dass die Länder, die besonders von der Krise oder den Nachwirkungen betroffen waren, weniger optimistisch sind.

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  • Dorine Boumans, 2018. "Sonderfrage im World Economic Survey im dritten Quartal 2018 – Wie gut wären Volkswirtschaften weltweit gegen eine neue Finanzkrise gewappnet?," ifo Schnelldienst, ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, vol. 71(21), pages 62-67, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:ces:ifosdt:v:71:y:2018:i:21:p:62-67
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    Keywords

    Internationale Wirtschaft; Internationale Konjunktur; Wirtschaftsindikator; Volks-wirtschaft; Finanzkrise; Welt; WES;

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    • F01 - International Economics - - General - - - Global Outlook
    • O10 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development - - - General

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