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2010/5
Contagion and Spillovers: New Insights from the Crisis

edited by Peter Backé, Ernest Gnan and Philipp Hartmann, Vienna, 2010

ISBN 978-3-902109-55-2

A joint publication with the Austrian Society for Bank Research
On February 12, 2010, SUERF, the Oesterreichische Nationalbank and the Bankwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft continued their established tradition of jointly organised conferences. As evidenced also by the 115 conference participants, this year's subject of "Contagion and Spillovers – New Insights from the Crisis" turned out to be particularly topical, as first lessons from the financial crisis and global recession were being drawn, while concerns about Greece's government debt problems were threatening to spread to other countries within the euro area, with potential negative repercussions for the euro area as a whole being feared by observers.


Contagion and Spillovers – New Insights from the Crisis
Peter Backé, Ernest Gnan, Martin Feldkircher & Mathias Lahnsteiner
 
Opening Remarks by Governor Nowotny, Oesterreichische Nationalbank
Ewald Nowotny
 
Contagion and spillovers – recent European experience
Jürgen Kröger, Stefan Kuhnert & Mary McCarthy
 
Revisiting Political Budget Cycles in Latin America
Sebastián Nieto-Parra & Javier Santiso
 
The Real Impacts of the 2008-09 Financial Crisis: What We Knew and What We Have Learned about International Linkages
Stéphane Dees & Filippo di Mauro
 
The Impact of the Global Recession in Europe – The Role of International Trade
Catherine Keppel & Julia Wörz
 
The fault lines in cross-border banking: lessons from the Icelandic case
Már Gudmundsson & Thorsteinn Thorgeirsson
 
Bankers Without Borders? Implications of Ring-Fencing for European Cross-Border Banks
Eugenio Cerutti, Anna Ilyina, Yulia Makarova and Christian Schmieder
 
Spillover Effects from the Crisis to the Role of Government Debt Management Offices
Ove Sten Jensen & Claus Johansen
 
The Global Economic and Financial Crisis – a comparative Assessment of its Impact on the CESEE Region and Latin America
Sonsoles Gallego, Sándor Gardó, Reiner Martin, Luis Molina & José Maria Serena
 
The contribution of poor economic policy mix to economic vulnerability – the case of Latvia
Violeta Klyviene & Lars Tranberg Rasmussen
 
Ukraine: the Story of Boom and Bust
Dimitry Sologoub
 

Additional Info
Keywords: Political budget cycle, elections, incumbent candidates, Latin American countries; international transmission of shocks, financial integration, financial crises, international business cycle; trade collapse, industrial structure, Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe; Cross-border banking, Iceland; Ring-fencing, subsidiaries; spillovers, Debt Management Offices, covered bonds, net borrowing, interest spreads; Financial Crisis; financial integration, external vulnerability, unit labour cost, cyclically adjusted budget, non-traded sector, internal devaluation, external devaluation, Latvia; Ukraine, trade, capital inflows, foreign trade
JEL Codes: D72, E62, H62, P16, E44, F15, F41, G01, F14, O52, F34, F36, G15, G21, G28, F32, G18, G32
ISBN No.: 978-3-902109-55-2
Authors: Peter Backé, Martin Feldkircher, Ernest Gnan and Mathias Lahnsteiner, Ewald Nowotny, Jürgen Kröger, Stefan Kuhnert and Mary McCarthy, Sebastián Nieto-Parra and Javier Santiso, Stéphane Dees and Filippo di Mauro, Catherine Keppel and Julia Wörz, Már Gudmundsson and Thorsteinn Thorgeirsson, Eugenio Cerutti, Anna Ilyina, Yulia Makarova and Christian Schmieder, Ove Sten Jensen and Claus Johansen, Sonsoles Gallego, Sándor Gardó, Reiner Martin, Luis Molina and José Maria Serena, Violetta Klyviene and Lars Tranberg Rasmussen, Dimitry Sologoub
Editors: Peter Backé, Ernest Gnan and Philipp Hartmann

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