The great financial crisis in Finland and Sweden: The nordic experience of financial liberalization

@inproceedings{Jonung2009TheGF,
  title={The great financial crisis in Finland and Sweden: The nordic experience of financial liberalization},
  author={Lars Jonung and Jaakko Kiander and Pentti Vartia},
  year={2009}
}
Contents: 1. Introduction Lars Jonung, Jaakko Kiander and Pentti Vartia PART I: THE CRISIS OF THE 1990s IN FINLAND AND SWEDEN 2. The Great Financial Crisis in Finland and Sweden: The Dynamics of Boom, Bust and Recovery 1985-2000 Lars Jonung, Jaakko Kiander and Pentti Vartia 3. Financial Crisis in Finland and Sweden: Similar But Not Quite the Same Peter Englund and Vesa Vihriala 4. The Crisis of the 1990s and Unemployment in Finland and Sweden Klas Fregert and Jaakko Pehkonen 5. How Costly was… 
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