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Länderrisiko: Die ökonomischen Konsequenzen einer Herabstufung durch die Ratingagenturen

  • Benjamin Käfer
  • Jochen Michaelis

Bei der Kritik an den Rating-Agenturen wird häufig missachtet, dass ihre Macht weitgehend politikgemacht ist. Es sind der Staat und die EZB, die über Gesetze und Regulierungen den Ratings eine Multiplikatorwirkung zuschreiben. Dieser Beitrag skizziert anhand der Länder-ratings die einschlägigen Wirkungskanäle.

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Volume (Year): 92 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 (February)
Pages: 95-100

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