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AuteurT.R. Daniëls
TitelRationalised panics : The consequences of strategic uncertainty during financial crises
PromotorH. Jager
Co-promotorF.J.G.M. Klaassen
Datum12-06-2009
UitgeverThela Thesis
PlaatsAmsterdam
Jaar2009
Pagina'sXIII, 217
ISBN978-90-3610-132-5
FaculteitFaculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde
Instituut/afd.FEB: Tinbergen Institute
Trefwoordenvalutacrises ; global games ; speltheorie ; internationale financiële economie ; Econometrie; Financiële crises
Basisclassificatie83.03 methoden en technieken van de economie
SamenvattingThis dissertation is about currency and related financial crises such as the contagious Southeast Asian crisis of 1997 or Argentina's collapse and default in 2001. It argues that key to understanding these crises is the doubt that they inflict on market participants about the intentions and actions of others. This "strategic" uncertainty, which comes on top of uncertainty about economic fundamentals, greatly disturbs the behaviour of economic agents and explains many salient features of these crises.
Using global games, this dissertation models the consequences of strategic uncertainty during crises. It shows that these are pivotal for understanding important issues, such as the efficacy of defence policies by policy makers against speculative attacks, the influence of the maturity structure of a country's debt portfolio on the likelihood of a crisis, and the timing of a crisis.
TaalEnglish
OpmerkingenTinbergen Institute research series no. 457
Soort documentProefschrift
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