Financial Markets and Financial Fragility

Financial Markets and Financial Fragility

Elgar Research Reviews in Economics

Jan Toporowski

This authoritative research review identifies the most important published work on the theory and incidence of financial fragility in the financial markets, and policy for dealing with fragility. It covers the recent central bank discussions about financial fragility and models simulating financial fragility. Topics discussed include the key historical contributions that have formed our current understanding of how it arises in the financial markets, the consequences for the economy at large, and for the way in which credit operates in society.

Review Article

Jan Toporowski

Subjects: economics and finance, financial economics and regulation, money and banking

This authoritative research review identifies the most important published work on the theory and incidence of financial fragility in the financial markets, and policy for dealing with fragility. It covers the recent central bank discussions about financial fragility and models simulating financial fragility. Topics discussed include the key historical contributions that have formed our current understanding of how it arises in the financial markets, the consequences for the economy at large, and for the way in which credit operates in society.

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