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Vigencia de las ideas de Keynes en relación con la crisis financiera

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  • Antonio Torrero Mañas
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    Este año se cumple una década desde el inicio de la crisis financiera actual. Seguimos tratando de comprender las causas de la perturbación y sus consecuencias. En ese proceso han vuelto a considerarse útiles las aportaciones de Keynes, en especial sus observaciones no incluidas en la síntesis neoclásica. En este trabajo el Profesor Torrero revisa la vigencia de esas ideas en relación con la crisis financiera. Concede especial importancia a que en las décadas anteriores a la crisis tuvo lugar un progresivo deslizamiento tratando como riesgo medible situaciones de incertidumbre. Las ideas de Keynes al respecto pueden inspirar la reflexión propia para ayudar a comprender una crisis extraordinariamente importante.

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    Paper provided by Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social in its series Working Papers with number 02/17.

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    Length: 17 pages
    Date of creation: May 2017
    Handle: RePEc:uae:wpaper:0217
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