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Financialisation and Financial Crisis in South-Eastern European Countries


Edited By Dubravko Radošević and Vladimir Cvijanović

The book discusses various cases of financialisation and financial crisis in South-Eastern Europe. While these can be directly traced to the region’s reliance upon the global financial regime, the interplay of international financial institutions, the eurozone’s rigidity and domestic policies have produced various outcomes in the countries of the region. The study presents quantitative and qualitative research and offers new insights into the processes that shape the financial and monetary systems. The ex post analysis of how financial instability was created and how it could have been prevented, hopes to provide insights for policy-makers today.
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Joachim Becker, Professor, Institute for International Economics and Development, Department of Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria.

Predrag Ćetković, Project Assistant and Lecturer, Institute for Monetary and Fiscal Policy, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria.

Vladimir Cvijanović, Group 22 Founding Member, Zagreb, Croatia and Alternate, European Economic and Social Committee, Brussels, Belgium.

Tomislav Globan, Senior Assistant, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb, Croatia.

Eckhard Hein, Professor, Berlin School of Economics and Law, Berlin, Germany.

Aleksandar Kešeljević, Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Srdjan Kokotović, General Deputy Manager, National Bank of Serbia, Department for Financial Stability.

Gordana Kordić, Associate Professor Faculty of Economics & Business, Zagreb, Croatia.

Kosmas Manoudakis, PhD, independent researcher, Greece.

Ognjen Radonjić, Associate Professor, Faculty of Philosophy, Department of Sociology, University of Belgrade, Serbia.

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