Book 2013

Financial Crises, Sovereign Risk and the Role of Institutions


ISBN: 978-3-319-03103-3 (Print) 978-3-319-03104-0 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-5


  3. Chapter

    Pages 7-23

    Gold-Backed Sovereign Bonds: An Effective Alternative to OMTs

  4. Chapter

    Pages 25-48

    Trust in the European Central Bank Throughout the Worldwide Financial Crisis and the European Debt Crisis

  5. Chapter

    Pages 49-63

    SIFIs in the Cross Sea: How Are Large German Banks Adjusting to a Rough Economic Environment and a New Regulatory Setting?

  6. Chapter

    Pages 65-79

    The Endogenous Fragility at European Periphery

  7. Chapter

    Pages 81-92

    The Danger of Tax Havens for Financial Stability

  8. Chapter

    Pages 93-114

    The Evolution of International Geo-Political Risk 1956–2001

  9. Chapter

    Pages 115-139

    Financial Crises and Sovereign Default: Dependencies, Timing and Uncertainty in a Stochastic Framework

  10. Chapter

    Pages 141-155

    The Risk of Withdrawals from the EMU and the Foreign Exchange Market

  11. Chapter

    Pages 157-168

    An Economic Approach to Market Risk

  12. Chapter

    Pages 169-195

    The Quantity Theory of Money in Year Six After the Subprime Mortgage Crisis