Las crisis bancarias en pa�ses emergentes: Caso Latinoam�rica

Carriello, Bernardo Bernardi
December 2006
Pensamiento & Gesti�n;2006, Issue 21, p162
Academic Journal
In the ninety's decade diverse tension and financial crisis episodes have been observed to the long and wide of the world. In these episodes they have been involved the financial domestic systems so much, as the foreign currency market and of internal and external debt. The bank crises have been more frequent in the last two decades. The occurrence of these events has generated, consequently, a wide volume of conceptual and empiric research. This work had two purposes. First of all, to present in a synthetic way the outstanding results for the economic politics. Secondly, to discuss certain mechanisms by means the regulation politics and supervision could use these results in a productive way. It is divided in three parts, each one dedicated to a specific objective. In the first part, an effort to synthesize what we currently know about the bank crises is done.


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