The Decision to Invest in the Crisis Situation
Entering into a new period of recession makes the financial crisis issue draw more and more the specialists’ attention. The cyclical evolution of modern economies is following the pattern of a boom highly fuels the interest in this topic. The issue of investing during these periods is currently in the spotlight, as it always turns to be when the world economy is affected. Searching for an economically correct explanation to the reasons for which volatility and instability appear, and also for the spread of the global financial crisis, perfectly justifies the interests of actors who take part in this area. Analyzing the effects these crisis generate both in the economic and social fields allows a better understanding of the ways in which they arise and develop in the present context and trying in the same time to find solutions wich will solve in the best way possible this problem.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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