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Breve guia temático e bibliográfico sobre o estudo da actual crise financeira e económica
[Short thematic guide to the study of current financial and economic crisis]

  • Costa Cabral, Nazare

The author draws up a short thematic guide and some references to the current financial and economic crisis. After presenting the theoretical framework in which it shapes the discussion of the causes and nature of the crisis, the author identifies several ways to approach and study the subject: i) the history of financial crises and their causes (types of crisis); ii) the current financial crisis – the subprime; iii) relevant consequences of the crisis; iv) the crisis and the financial system: from the bail out to the reform of the regulatory and supervisory systems; v) fiscal stimulus packages and respective effects on public finances.

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