Anastasia Nesvetailova (MA Manchester, PhD Aberystwyth) joined City in September having previously worked at the universities of. Anastasia Nesvetailova: current contact information and listing of economic research of this author provided by RePEc/IDEAS. About Anastasia Nesvetailova from the University of Chicago Press website.
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But Moscow has greeted the coverage with what might be characterised as calm indifference. Political EconomyFinancial Innovationand Shadow banking. Russian Politics and Russian Economy. Engaging with emergent theories of shadow banking, I inquire into its structural role in contemporary capitalism.
The main aim of the GEM seminar series is to provide an nesvetajlova forum for the discussion and dissemination of research and policy-relevant information on global economy issues. As lessons from the global financial crisis of are being drawn, some rather uncomfortable questions about the political economy of the global credit crunch continue to linger. A Crisis of the Overcrowded Future: The Economic Legacy of Hyman Minsky more. RePEc uses bibliographic data supplied by the respective publishers.
Drawing on scholarship in financial Keynesianism, contemporary legal studies and early evolutionary political economy, I argue that shadow banking is best seen as the organic institutional infrastructure of financialised capitalism nesvetailovva on debt and geared towards futurity, a concept originally developed by John Commons.
The credit crunch of has been widely described as a Minsky moment in the world finance, and references to Ponzi schemes recur in the emergent theorizations of this crisis.
More specifically, it concerns the problem of liquidity and its metamorphoses in the modern financial system. Beyond the Minskyan Political Economy: Methodologically, it advances Minskyan financial instability hypothesis to the analysis of the increased fragility in global financial capitalism and specifically, of the financial crises of the late s-early s.
Financial Innovation and Credit Crunch. Why Vladimir Putin will hardly flinch at Panama paper cut more.
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Sabotage in the Financial System: International Political Economy more. Wages of Sin Proofs 1 more.
Russia’s Financial Crisis and Global Geopolitics more. Systemic Illiquidity in the Financial Crises of the Late s more. This phenomenon can be understood as illusion of liquidity. Lessons from the Two Crises”, in L. Rather, it was crisis of the overcrowded financial channels bridging the present and the future, which have become congested because of the massive concentration of financial values generated, yet not sustained, through the shadow banking network.
Liquidity Illusions in the Global Financial Architecture more. Lessons from Veblen more. My main premise here is that the crisis of —9 is distinct in financial history because it did not centre on any organised market.
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Over the past two decades, the collapse of the finan-cial systems in many developing nations, the bankruptcies in the Anglo-Saxon corporate sectors and a threat of more sovereign defaults on behalf of emerging markets suggest The most worrying of these include the presence of fraud and illicit practices at many levels of the financial practice during the credit boom, and the fact that a series of whistleblowers and warning signs of the coming crisis had been ignored on a systematic basis.
Together, reduced export revenues, the deepening financial crisis and the dominance of offshore-sourced investments into Russia, serve as crisis transmission mechanisms, and thus constitute three sets of inter-related dilemmas for the Russian authorities.
Financial Innovation and the Credit Crunch more. For general information on how to correct material on RePEc, see these instructions.
To make corrections to the bibliographic information of a particular item, find the technical contact on the abstract page of that item. Thematically, the article contributes and aims to advance current debates on the political economy of global finance and international financial crisis, drawing in on the academic legacy of Hyman Minsky and his contemporary followers These are the fields, ordered by number of announcements, along with their dates.
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Drawing on the scholarship of Hyman Minsky and heterodox political economy, this paper addresses the conceptual dilemma of the relationship between financial innovation and liquidity, in the light of the lessons of the global credit crunch. The Offshore Nexus of ‘Northern Rock: Existing literature on the global crisis of — The paper examines key elements that account for the crisis-prone nature of global capitalism: In this paper,we aim to fill this gap,by inquiring into the role played by oil as a financial asset class in the political economy of the global crisis.
Cornell University Press,pp. His methodological insights and political conclusions provide a fertile ground for elaboration in the context of recurrent financial crises and the present-day nature of financial capitalism.
The world remains gripped by the revelations made in the papers leaked from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca. Remember me on this computer. This article focuses on the role the shadow banking system played in the financial crisis of —9.
Orthodox analyses tend to trace the causes of the non-monetary economy to the The most worrying of these include the presence of