Is the Economic Crisis Over (and Out)?

@article{Abadir2011IsTE,
  title={Is the Economic Crisis Over (and Out)?},
  author={Karim M. Abadir},
  journal={ERN: Business Fluctuations; Cycles (Topic)},
  year={2011}
}
  • K. Abadir
  • Published 30 September 2011
  • Economics
  • ERN: Business Fluctuations; Cycles (Topic)
This note analyzes the recent global recession: its causes, the predictability of the timing of its start and of its end, and the implications for macro policy. These follow from the general-equilibrium macro model of Abadir and Talmain (2002) and its implications for a new type of macroeconometrics. The note also proposes some banking regulations, and presents prospects for the future. 
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