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/Ilya Naymushin An employee counts Russian ruble banknotes at a private company's office in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, December 17, 2014.
The ruble currency storm is over, but is the Russian economy ready for the next one?
May 18, 2015, Sergey Aleksashenko
Recent data show the Russian economy contracted 1.9 percent in the first quarter of 2015. In this article, Sergey Aleksashenko delves into the events that led to the downturn, and what we can expect for the rest of 2015.
Financial Markets and Services
Testimony | U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission
February 7, 2013, Eswar Prasad
June 19, 2012, Pete V. Domenici and Alice M. Rivlin
Testimony | Subcommittee on Security and International Trade and Finance, Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, United States Senate
September 22, 2011, Domenico Lombardi
February 17, 2009, Wing Thye. Woo
February 17, 2009, Eswar Prasad
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