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De la crise financière à la récession : une lecture « à la Bernanke »

  • Jean-Paul Pollin
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    [fre] En s’appuyant sur une contribution de Bernanke, réinterprétant la crise de 1929, on cherche à détailler les mécanismes par lesquels les crises financières se transmettent à l’économie réelle. Pour l’essentiel, cette propagation passe par une augmentation du coût d’intermédiation qui affecte l’efficience de l’allocation du capital. On montre que cette analyse reste la plus pertinente pour étudier et prévoir les conséquences de la crise actuelle, même si les formes qu’elle prend et le contexte macroéconomique dans lequel elle se déroule diffèrent. On cherche, enfin, à dégager de ce constat quelques enseignements de politique économique susceptibles de faciliter la sortie de crise.

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    Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue d'économie financière.

    Volume (Year): 7 (2008)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 27-35

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