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Author Kedar-Levy, Haim, author.

Title A critical history of financial crises : why would politicians and regulators spoil financial giants? / Haim Kedar-Levy (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel).

Published London : Imperial College Press, [2016]
©2016.

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 UniM Giblin Eunson  338.54209 KEDA    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvii, 208 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-205) and index.
Contents 1 What are Bubbles and Financial Crises? 1 -- 2 Key Properties of the Financial System and Financial Securities 13 -- 3 Commercial Banking and Banking Crises 25 -- 4 Roaring Twenties and the US Bubble of 1929 35 -- 5 'Great Depression' in the US 43 -- 6 Crisis of Confidence in Corporate America, 2001-2004 55 -- 7 Internet Bubble 71 -- 8 When Banks Manipulate their Stock Prices: Israel's Systemic Banking Crisis 83 -- 9 Tequila Crisis and its Hangover 97 -- 10 Japan and the East Asian Tigers 111 -- 11 US Real Estate Bubble 127 -- 12 Incentives, Regulatory Capture and Collapse 139 -- 13 Shadow Banking, the Collapse of Investment Banking and the Rescue of AIG 159 -- 14 New Regulations 171 -- 15 Global Implications of the Credit Crisis 179 -- 16 Regulatory Capture and Corruption vs. Integrity and Stability 187.
Subject Financial crises -- History.
Finance -- Government policy -- History.
Financial institutions -- Government policy -- History.
History.
ISBN 9781908977465
1908977469