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Global Economic Dynamics

Newsletter of September 2018

We help make complex economic dynamics transparent and understandable. The project examines the causes and effects of economic trends, as well as the connections linking one trend to another.

 

Blog Post

10 Years after Lehman – Does another Economic Crisis loom?

In September 2008, the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers triggered the worst economic slump since the global economic crisis in the 1930s. Both crises were triggered by the bursting of a speculative bubble and the associated stock market crash. Unfortunately, the basic conditions for such a crash are once again in place. Learn in this post which factors lead to an economic crisis. read more

 

Blog Post

10 Years after Lehman – Is an Economic Crisis on the Horizon?

In the last blog it was shown what the basic pattern of serious economic crises looks like. In the past, such economic slumps were often triggered by a burst of speculative bubbles. In this post you get insights on the prerequisites of speculative bubbles. read more

 

Blog Post

10 Years after Lehman – Psychological Causes of a Speculative Bubble

The first and second part of the series dealt with the monetary causes of the Lehman bankruptcy and the associated collapse of the world economy. This blog post deals with the psychological roots of these bubbles. read more

 

Blog Post

10 Years after the Financial Crisis – Quo vadis, Italy?

The Lehman bankruptcy plunged the global economy into a severe recession. While Germany quickly recovered from the financial crisis, Southern European countries suffered a further decline in their economic output in 2012 and 2013. After Greece, Italy suffers the most from the aftermath of these two economic slumps. read more

 

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