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Peut-on se relever d'une crise bancaire ? Analyse comparée de l'Irlande et de l'Islande

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  • Céline Antonin

    (Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques)

  • Christophe Blot

    (Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques)

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En économie, les miracles s’avèrent parfois être des mirages. L’Islande et l’Irlande en font l’expérience. Ces deux petites économies ouvertes, paradis de la finance libéralisée et dérégulée, havres de croissance au début des années 2000, ont été frappées de plein fouet par la crise financière. La nationalisation quasi-intégrale des systèmes financiers qui en a résulté a pesé sur la dette publique de ces deux pays. Pour endiguer la hausse de la dette et les risques d’insoutenabilité, les gouvernements des deux pays ont, dès 2010, mis en œuvre des plans d’austérité budgétaire, mais avec une différence de taille : l’Irlande appartient à la zone euro, ce qui n’est pas le cas de l’Islande. La dernière Note de l’OFCE (n°25 du 4 février 2013) revient sur la situation financière et macroéconomique récente de ces deux pays afin de montrer dans quelle mesure les divergences de policy-mix peuvent rendre compte de trajectoires de sortie de crise différentes.

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  • Céline Antonin & Christophe Blot, 2013. "Peut-on se relever d'une crise bancaire ? Analyse comparée de l'Irlande et de l'Islande," Sciences Po publications info:hdl:2441/dambferfb7d, Sciences Po.
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