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La crise financière : un an plus tard

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  • Robert Amzallag

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This paper is meant to provide a fresh retrospective on the events shaping the evolution of the financial crisis and economic recession since last year. While continuing and updating last year's analysis, the author offers an assessment of the three potential scenarios through which the crisis could have evolved. This update on the crisis derives from a reflection, sometimes a criticism, of the key players' role in both the causes and the solutions. Those are the governments, central banks, regulators, financial institutions, and their directors. It is from this retrospective analysis that the author can conclude by sharing his impression regarding future developments of the economy and the financial sector. Cette publication se veut un retour actualisé sur les événements de la dernière année concernant l'évolution de la crise financière et de la récession économique. Poursuivant et mettant à jour l'analyse d'il y a un an, l'auteur offre une évaluation des trois scénarios potentiels qu'aurait pu suivre la crise. Ce retour sur la crise se fait à travers une réflexion, et parfois une critique, concernant le rôle des joueurs clés qui sont impliqués autant dans les causes que dans les solutions. Il s'agit des gouvernements, des banques centrales, des autorités de régulation, des institutions financières ainsi que des dirigeants de celles-ci. C'est à partir de cette analyse rétrospective que l'auteur peut conclure en partageant son impression quant aux développements futurs de l'économie et du secteur financier. Version disponible bientôt.

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  • Robert Amzallag, 2010. "La crise financière : un an plus tard," CIRANO Working Papers 2010s-12, CIRANO.
  • Handle: RePEc:cir:cirwor:2010s-12
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