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Un modèle de crises jumelles inspiré de la crise asiatique

  • Irina Bunda

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    (LEO - Laboratoire d'économie d'Orleans - CNRS - UO - Université d'Orléans)

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    Dans cet article, nous proposons un modèle synthétique qui relie crise bancaire et crise de balance de paiements. Nous identifions une configuration d'équilibres multiples tant sur le marché des changes que sur le marché financier international et mettons en lumière les liens entre le déclenchement de la crise sur chacun de ces deux marchés. Sur le marché des changes, la dévaluation est le résultat d'un arbitrage du gouvernement en présence de garanties publiques du secteur bancaire et se produit lorsque la dévaluation anticipée par les spéculateurs coïncide avec la dévaluation « optimale » du gouvernement. Sur le marché financier international, le passage d'un état d'équilibre à un autre est déterminé par l'évolution du ratio Réserves de change/Dettes à court terme en tant qu'expression d'un équilibre fondamental. A travers la prise en compte des fondamentaux dans une dynamique de panique bancaire au niveau international, nous concilions les deux approches majeures de la modélisation actuelle des crises jumelles, à savoir la fragilité des systèmes financiers domestiques et la détérioration ex post d'une grandeur fondamentale en présence d'aléa de moralité.

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    Publication status: Published in Revue Economique, Presses de Sciences Po, 2005, 56 (4), pp.903-937
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