Given the interconnectedness of the global economy in trade, finance and investments, financial problems in the United States and the eurozone quickly spread to other countries. The impact on and reaction from developed countries and emerging markets differ based on their global economic integration and policy responses. Brookings experts explore the ongoing global effects of the crisis.
Reuters/Yannis Behrakis - Parliament employees raise a mast after they replaced a torn-off Greek flag with a new one atop the parliament in Athens Syntagma (Constitution) square April 18, 2012.
Facing a Greek Exit from the Eurozone Again?
July 24, 2014, Theodore Pelagidis
Theodore Pelagidis examines the possibility of Greece’s exit from the eurozone following its recent status among countries most likely to go bankrupt.
Financial Markets and Services
June 13, 2014, Fred Dews and Elina Saxena
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May 9, 2014, Santiago Levy
2014, Kemal Derviş and Jacques Mistral, eds.
May 1, 2014
April 16, 2014, Ernesto Talvi
Opinion | The Wall Street Journal
April 8, 2014, Eswar Prasad
April 6, 2014, Eswar Prasad, Karim Foda and Arnav Sahu
April 2014, Eswar Prasad, Karim Foda and Arnav Sahu
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Michael W. Klein
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
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