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La crisis económica internacional: Una reflexión financiera

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  • ARBELÁEZ., Fernando
  • ROMERO., Camilo

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La actual crisis financiera mundial, originada en el este asiático y complicada por el derrumbe ruso, es analizada dentro de una perspectiva que permite su periodización en cuatro momentos, que derivan de la dinámica propia de la finanza desregulada. El fenómeno ruso, que presenta una dinámica diferente, es introducido para completar el cuadro crítico que registra la economía mundial. Levantado el plano de la problemática, se analizan las posibilidades de respuesta de los responsables del manejo económico, señalando las restricciones que enfrentan y los peligros que entraña un tratamiento inadecuado de la crisis, que podría dar al traste con la globalización, abriendo a un período de grave incertidumbre para la economía mundial.

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  • ARBELÁEZ., Fernando & ROMERO., Camilo, 1998. "La crisis económica internacional: Una reflexión financiera," REVISTA DE ECONOMÍA DEL ROSARIO, UNIVERSIDAD DEL ROSARIO, November.
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    Keywords

    Inversión de portafolio; globalización; inflación de activos; caída de tasa de ahorro;

    JEL classification:

    • F36 - International Economics - - International Finance - - - Financial Aspects of Economic Integration

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