ARTICLES WITH TAG: Crisis

When Financial Bubbles Burst
Economy & Finance

When Financial Bubbles Burst

by François Longin

Extreme value theory can help us understand extreme events in financial markets

TOP RESEARCH Curbing Risk Without Killing the Market
Economy & Finance

Curbing Risk Without Killing the Market

by Laurence Lescourret

Award-winning research by Finance Professors Laurence Lescourret and Andras Fulop examines the impact of bringing transparency to the opaque credit default swap market.

New Challenges for the ECB
Economy & Finance

New Challenges for the ECB

by Radu Vranceanu

Recent developments in the monetary policy of the ECB

VIDEO: Public Debt, Explained in 3 Minutes
Economy & Finance

VIDEO: Public Debt, Explained in 3 Minutes

by Guillaume Chevillon

How did Greek debt spiral out of control, and is leaving the Euro really the best option?

Five Strategies Used by Luxury Brands to Survive the Crisis
Strategy

Five Strategies Used by Luxury Brands to Survive the Crisis

by Ashok Som

A bouquet of responses: some successful, others less-so

Why French people don’t trust free markets?
Economy & Finance

Why French people don’t trust free markets?

by Marc Guyot

Among the developed Western Economies, the French are among the most critical of capitalism.

Can “Economic Patriotism” Exist at the European Level?
Economy & Finance

Can “Economic Patriotism” Exist at the European Level?

by Viviane De Beaufort

Has the time therefore come to reevaluate the traditional dimension of the European Union and its common market?

Eurozone crisis: The mirage of fiscal stimulus
Economy & Finance

Eurozone crisis: The mirage of fiscal stimulus

by Radu Vranceanu

Can traditional demand policies support growth in the eurozone?

Is the Crisis Pushing the EU Towards a More Federal Structure?
Economy & Finance

Is the Crisis Pushing the EU Towards a More Federal Structure?

by André Fourçans

The eurozone is at a point today where choices have to be made.