Anastasia Nesvetailova (MA Manchester, PhD Aberystwyth) joined City in September having previously worked at the universities of. Anastasia Nesvetailova: current contact information and listing of economic research of this author provided by RePEc/IDEAS. About Anastasia Nesvetailova from the University of Chicago Press website.
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The non-monetary economy in Russia is a peculiar reaction to the politico-economic imperatives brought onto the country by the deregulated financial markets and by the neoliberal political ideology that underpins their global expansion.
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Please note that most corrections can take a couple of weeks to filter through nesvetailovq various RePEc services. Lessons from the Two Crises”, in L. Together, reduced export revenues, the deepening financial crisis and the dominance of offshore-sourced investments into Russia, serve as crisis transmission mechanisms, and thus constitute three sets of inter-related dilemmas for the Russian authorities.
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Review of International Political Economy. Drawing on the scholarship of Hyman Minsky and heterodox political economy, this paper addresses the conceptual anastasla of the relationship between financial innovation and liquidity, in the light of the lessons of the global nesvetailovs crunch.
The End of a Great Illusion: This essay reveals major sources of in-built systemic fragility of financial structures in capitalist economies g Citations Many of the citations below have been collected in an experimental project, CitEcwhere a more detailed citation analysis can be found.
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Credit Crunch and Liquidity Meltdown more. Minsky in the Shadows: Liquidity Illusions in the Global Financial Architecture more. For general information on how to correct material on RePEc, nesvetqilova these instructions. Measuring connectedness from a global perspective ,” Energy EconomicsElsevier, vol. Russia, offshore havens, Panama Papers.
Rather, it was crisis of the overcrowded financial channels bridging the present and the future, which have become congested because of the massive concentration of financial values generated, yet not nesvetallova, through the shadow banking network. Three Facets of Liquidity Illusion: Evidence for the euro area ,” Economic ModellingElsevier, vol.
Orthodox analyses tend to trace amastasia causes of the non-monetary economy to the Methodologically, it advances Minskyan financial instability hypothesis to the analysis nesvetailovx the increased fragility in global financial capitalism and specifically, of the financial crises of the late s-early s. Systemic Illiquidity in the Financial Crises of the Late s more.
Statistics Access and download statistics for all items NEP Fields NEP is an announcement service for new working papers, with a weekly report in each anaxtasia many fields. Fictitious Capital, Real Debts: But Moscow has greeted the coverage with what might be characterised as calm indifference. Review of Radical Political Economics. Handbook of Critical Issues in Finance. Chapters Sorry, no citations of chapters recorded. This nesvetailovaa addresses wnastasia role of world oil price hike of —08 in serving to transform the financial and banking crisis in to what is commonly referred to as the Great Recession.
Political EconomyFinancial Innovationand Shadow banking. From the perspective of international political economy, the proliferation of nonpayments, severe liquidity squeeze and the structural disjuncture between Russia’s financial and productive circuits are the outcomes of the country’s pursuit of the paradigm of the Washington Consensus.
Russia’s Financial Crisis and Global Geopolitics more. Applied Economics and Radical Political Economics. International Political Economy more. The Offshore Nexus of ‘Northern Rock: Russian Politics and Russian Economy.