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Jan Priewe
Introduction: what went wrong?
I. Prevailing explanations of the causes of the crisis
A. Various explanations focusing on fnancial markets
II. the role of global imbalances
III. The “new Triffn dilemma”
Iv. finance-led capitalism and unequal income distribution
v. conclusions
Daniela Magalhães Prates and Marcos Antonio Macedo Cintra
of the international fnancial system
II. the implications of the crisis for emerging-market economies
III. conclusion
Jörg Mayer*
A. Primary commodities as an asset class
B. Financial investment in commodity indexes
III. Commodity price volatility
A. The origin of commodity price volatility
B. Recent developments in commodity price volatility
C. Financial investment and commodity price volatility
Iv. conclusions
Sebastian Dullien
I. Empirical analysis of the crisis
A. Descriptive statistics
B. Econometric estimates
C. Summing up the empirical evidence
II. tentative explanations and conclusions
Laike Yang and Cornelius Huizenga
A. Relatively small impact on Chinese fnancial institutions
B. Impact on economic growth
F. Impact on China’s foreign trade
A. Responses of the Chinese Government to the global crisis
B. Outcomes of China’s expansionary policies and stimulus package
III. Concluding remarks and policy proposals
Abhijit Sen Gupta
II. transmission and impact of the crisis
III. Policy response to the crisis
IV. Medium-term policy challenges
v. conclusion
André Nassif*
India before the global crisis of 2008
B. Impact on the real economy
Patrick N. Osakwe
I. the crisis in historical perspective
II. Impacts of the crisis on Africa
A. Exchange rates
B. Stock markets and bank balance sheets
C. Trade and commodity prices
D. Capital fows
E. Impact of the crisis on poverty
III. African policy responses
IV. Seizing opportunities created by the crisis
v. concluding remarks
Alejandro Márquez
I. report’s introduction
II. macroeconomic issues and perspectives
Iv. International institutions
V. International fnancial innovations
vI. the report’s concluding comments
vII. comment
Ricardo Ffrench-Davis
I. real macroeconomic balances
A. A two-pillar macroeconomic approach
B. Toward real macroeconomic balances: Three pillars
C. Instability, growth and equity
II. external shocks and real macroeconomic balances
III. Financial development, fnancierism and productivism
A. Financierism empowered by neoliberal reforms
Iv. concluding remarks
Jürgen Zattler*
I. A renewed interest in sdrs
Detlef J. Kotte
I. The world economy before the crisis
A. Financial fragility
C. Macroeconomic imbalances
II. Institutional shortcomings and the case for reform
III. Monetary system reform for crisis prevention
A. A new reserve currency?
C. Complementary reforms
IV. Summary and conclusion
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UNCTAD the Financial and Economic Crisis of 2008-2009 and Developing Countries

UNCTAD the Financial and Economic Crisis of 2008-2009 and Developing Countries

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