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/Amr Abdallah Dalsh - A man looks out from his balcony in the fishermen's village in El Max in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria September 12, 2014.
Challenges for systemic risk assessment in low-income countries
July 6, 2015, Dimitri G. Demekas and Mario Catalán
Dimitri G. Demekas and Mario Catalán examine the special economic and financial characteristics of low-income countries (LICs) and their implications for systemic risk.
Financial Markets and Services
Opinion | Real Clear Markets
June 16, 2015, William G. Gale and Diane Lim
Paper | Global Journal of Emerging Market Economies
June 15, 2015, Zia Qureshi , Jose L. Diaz-Sanchez and Aristomene Varoudakis
June 4, 2015, Ernesto Talvi
May 18, 2015, Sergey Aleksashenko
May 6, 2015
April 16, 2015
April 15, 2015
Podcast | Financial Times
April 14, 2015, Eswar Prasad
April 13, 2015, Ben S. Bernanke
April 12, 2015, Eswar Prasad, Karim Foda and Arnav Sahu
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Vice President and Director, Global Economy and Development
The Edward M. Bernstein Scholar
Director, Brookings Global – CERES Economic and Social Policy in Latin America Initiative
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development
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