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Hedge Funds and Offshore Financial Centers: New Challenges for the Regulation of Systemic Risks

In: The Financial and Economic Crises

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  • Navin Beekarry

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The 2007 financial and economic crisis that began in the United States and quickly spread around the world differed from earlier crises in a number of significant ways. This book examines the causes of these events in the US, and their impacts on North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.

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  • Navin Beekarry, 2010. "Hedge Funds and Offshore Financial Centers: New Challenges for the Regulation of Systemic Risks," Chapters,in: The Financial and Economic Crises, chapter 11 Edward Elgar Publishing.
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