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Crises and the Great Recession

Crises and the Great Recession Abstract The U.S. economy suffered in 2007–10 from crises in mortgage foreclosures and in financial markets, as well as a long recession that some have referred to as the Great Recession. The links between these events, or more broadly their causes, extent, and effects are sources of continuing controversy and uncertainty. This paper attempts to disentangle the links between the mortgage foreclosure crisis, the financial crisis, a possible banking crisis, and the Great Recession, at least in terms of timing, and also to provide an alternative view to the conventional wisdom, especially for the links of the crises to the recession and to each other. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Business Economics Springer Journals

Crises and the Great Recession

Business Economics , Volume 48 (3): 7 – Jul 1, 2013

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
2013 National Association for Business Economics
ISSN
0007-666X
eISSN
1554-432X
DOI
10.1057/be.2013.20
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Abstract

Abstract The U.S. economy suffered in 2007–10 from crises in mortgage foreclosures and in financial markets, as well as a long recession that some have referred to as the Great Recession. The links between these events, or more broadly their causes, extent, and effects are sources of continuing controversy and uncertainty. This paper attempts to disentangle the links between the mortgage foreclosure crisis, the financial crisis, a possible banking crisis, and the Great Recession, at least in terms of timing, and also to provide an alternative view to the conventional wisdom, especially for the links of the crises to the recession and to each other.

Journal

Business EconomicsSpringer Journals

Published: Jul 1, 2013

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