Banking Crises and Underlying Global Imbalance: Political Economy Perspectives
|Leader||Prof. Keiji NAKATSUJI, Ritsumeikan University|
|Researcher||Akira Furukawa, Ritsumeikan University , Nobuhiko Hibara, Ritsumeikan University , Sachio Nakato, Ritsumeikan University , Hironori Sasada, Ritsumeikan University , Kangkook Lee , Izawa Yuji , Shimono Hisako , Gonbi Ichiro|
|Term||July 2009 － March 2010|
We have experienced many financial crises in U.S. and Japan as well as in other developed and emerging economies. To name only those of U.S. and Japan after 1930s, we had at least three episodes originated from either economy: 1930s (U.S.), 1990s (Japan), and the late 2000s (U.S.).
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