Peculiarities Of World Financial Crisis And Strategic Directions For Anti-Crisis Regulations In Ukraine
The article is dedicated to the analysis and systematization of the key transformations in international economic relations that have changed because of the world financial crisis and to the assessment of the depth of their influence on social-economic development of Ukraine. It is defined that the peculiarities of the modern financial crisis are: unprecedented spread of neoprotectionism in advanced countries and the accumulation of the symmetrical measure potential among the countries with emerging economies; deformation of competition environment in the world market; the world financial market reformation; accumulation of the default potential among strong corporations and certain countries; twisting of information component of the world market that leads to misbalance of the world situation.
Volume (Year): 10 (2009)
Issue (Month): 2 (November)
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