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Format: 2017
Índice
Journal:
46 - 2017
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Index
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46 - 2017
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Sumario Analítico
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46 - 2017
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Analytical Summary
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46 - 2017
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Perspectives on Financialisation and Crises in Europe
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46 - 2017
Author(s):
Jorge Garcia-Arias, Laura Horn and Jan Toporowski
Abstract:
This editorial introduction highlights fundamental issues of financialisation in Europe, with particular focus on the interlinkages with recent and ongoing crises. Following an overview of core axes of current discussion in the literature, the editors present the contributions to the special section, and conclude with an outlook on the relevance of continued discussions of financialisation.
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Topics:
Financialisation; European Union (EU); Financial Crisis; European Monetary Union (EMU); International Political Economy (IPE)
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Financialisation and Crises in Europe
Financialisation as the Core Problem for a “Social Europe”
Journal:
46 - 2017
Author(s):
Andreas Nölke
Abstract:
For more than three decades, increasing financialisation has been a core feature of the European economy. This process does not only lead to economic instability, but also to social inequality. A driving force of financialisation in Europe are the internal market institutions of the European Union, aggravated through the introduction of the Euro and the programmes for rescuing the common currency.
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Financialization; European Union; Social Europe; Crisis.
Sections:
Financialisation and Crises in Europe
The Extent and Variegation of Financialisation in Europe: A Preliminary Analysis
Journal:
46 - 2017
Author(s):
Andrew Brown, David A. Spencer and Marco Veronese Passarella
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This paper provides a preliminary analysis of the variegated extent of financialisation of European economies since circa 1980. For this purpose, the broad characterisation of financialisation offered by Fine (2012) is adopted. This characterisation identifies eight features of the financialisation process. We focus in particular on the size of the financial sector within a selection of European economies.
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Financial Crises; Government Policy and Regulation of Financial Markets; Financial Institutions; Varieties of Capitalism; Variegated Financialisation
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Financialisation and Crises in Europe
Pension Funds and Financialisation in the European Union
Journal:
46 - 2017
Author(s):
Bruno Bonizzi and Jennifer Churchill
Abstract:
The expansion and innovation of financial markets, commonly known as financialisation, is closely linked to the growth of pension funds. While the conventional narrative is based on the notion of financial development as a positive change, this paper argues that pension funds may induce demand-led pressures on the financial system, generating potential for systemic risk and instability.
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Pension Funds; Risk; Financial Innovation; Alternative Assets; Financialisation
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Financialisation and Crises in Europe
Financialisation and Work in the EU: Inequality, Debt and Labour Market Segmentation
Journal:
46 - 2017
Author(s):
Ana C. Santos, Cláudia A. Lopes and Sigrid Betzelt
Abstract:
This article examines the link between financialisation and work in five EU countries representative of different types of financial system and welfare regime: Sweden, Germany, the UK, Portugal and Poland. This is done by way of a cross-country comparative exercise that analyses micro-level survey data on household income, debt, and working conditions.
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EU; Financialisation; Inequality; Household Debt; Labour Market Segmentation
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Financialisation and Crises in Europe
Financialisation in the Post-Yugoslav Region: Monetary Policy, Credit Money and Dollarization
Journal:
46 - 2017
Author(s):
Andreja Živković
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This paper considers long term processes of financialisation in the former and post-Yugoslavia. Regional monetary policy has since the 1980s defended the value of credit money in order to facilitate international capital flows. It is argued that the monetary system of fixed exchange rates, inflation targeting and capital account liberalisation has institutionalised the subordinate financialisation and dollarization of the region.
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Topics:
Financialisation; Dollarization; Euro; Transition Economies; Southeast Europe
Sections:
Financialisation and Crises in Europe

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