Financial liberalism and new institutional environment : the 2007-08 financial crisis as a (de)regulatory deadlock
In order to understand economic evolution in the neoliberal era and its pitfalls, this chapter identifies some structural changes in the working of financial institutions ant the theoretical souces of such changes.
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|Date of creation:||2015|
|Publication status:|| Published in O’Sullivan, P.; Allington, N.F.B.; Esposito, M. The philosophy, politics and economics of finance in the 21st century. From hubris to disgrace, Routledge, pp.370-391, 2015, 978-0-415-85901-1. |
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