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El cuarto año de crisis financiera y económica: visión internacional y española

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El análisis de la crisis financiera internacional, primera parte de este documento, contiene una apretada síntesis de los principales elementos que originaron la misma para centrar su atención en cuatro aspectos relevantes: el nuevo protagonismo de los mercados financieros, bajo unos parámetros bien diferente de los hace treinta años; el embolsamiento de problemas bajo la cara de una gran estabilidad y moderación; la explicación de como los países emergentes han logrado hasta ahora vacunarse frente a la crisis; y la necesidad de una redefinición del papel de las finanzas en el desarrollo económico en la línea de reducir su protagonismo, para poder para conseguir una menor propensión al riesgo y una moderación en la frecuencia y magnitud de las crisis financieras. El análisis de la crisis económica española, refuerza la conocida idea del autor del error inevitable que supuso nuestra entrada en el euro a la vista de nuestra delicada situación actual provocada –entre otras razones- por una nefasta gestión gubernamental; un excesivo endeudamiento de todos los agentes económicos (públicos y privados) y por la permanente negativa del gobierno a aceptar la realidad. ¿Puede salirse de esta negativa situación? La respuesta del autor es se ha perdido ya mucho tiempo y que hemos entrado en lo que denomina un proceso de semiestancamiento, pero si se aplica un plan de ajuste que contenga entre otros elementos una reforma a fondo del mercado de trabajo; una revisión de la ordenación territorial; una mayor inversión en educación; un apoyo integral al mundo empresarial; y una normalización del canal del crédito bancario; España puede corregir su rumbo. Eso si el camino es duro y exige constancia, sacrificios y esfuerzos durante un largo período de tiempo.

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  • Antonio Torrero Mañas, 2011. "El cuarto año de crisis financiera y económica: visión internacional y española," Working Papers 06/11, Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social.
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