Criza Economică - O Istorie Mereu Actuală
The first three decades of the previews century have been strongly marked by ideological, political and existential disputes between countries, social classes and groups. Marxist ideas were being intensely promoted at the time, while the biggest dispute was more related to the way in which wealth was distributed across different social classes rather than the way in which value was created. However, the main theme of this study has a contemporary part; The attempt to make a comparison analysis between the economic situation of the 1930s and the current situation of the global economy can be justified using the social, economic, political and other related perspectives that an economic crisis can induce upon countries, organizations and individuals alike. The policies adopted eight decades ago by various governments, central banks and other public institutions, including the population’s reaction along crisis years at the time could lead to a better understanding of such phenomena and the finding of further solutions in an attempt to overcome the current global economic crisis.
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