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Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

The Role of “Hedgehogs” and “Foxes” in Turbulent Times, Gill Ringland, Oliver Sparrow and Patricia Lustig – Beyond Crisis: Achieving Renewal in a Turbulent World, John Wiley & Sons Publishing House, UK, 2010

After the financial crush of 2007 – 2008, “crisis” became the buzzword not only in the media and political circles but also for economists operating in the global market. It triggered panic among politicians, bankers, rich and poor alike. A group of three authors, Gill Ringland, Oliver Sparrow and Patricia...
Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

International and Domestic Policy Responses to the Financial Crisis in Central and Eastern Europe: Lessons for Ukraine

The paper looks into the main successes and failures in policy responses to the financial crisis in Central and Eastern Europe at global, EU and domestic levels. The paper argues that despite the failure to prevent the crisis at all levels, coordination of regulatory actions at global and EU levels...

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