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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract:
The banking and currency crises of the last two decades inflicted substantial financial, economic, and social damage on the countries in which they originated. In this work, the efficiency of early warning indicators for these disastrous economic events is evaluated. An analysis of the traditional and recent literature on currency crises is performed in order to extract potential early warning indicators that are suggested by theory. Alongside others, these candidate indicators are tested in alternative empirical studies that are reviewed in this work. The results are mixed, but somewhat encouraging for further research in this field. Furthermore, the analysis is extended to a critique of systems of early warning indicators currently used by international institutions.


Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents:
1.Introduction1
2.The Currency Crisis Literature as a Reference Point for the Identification of Early Warning Indicators4
2.1The Traditional Theory5
2.2Second Generation Models11
2.3A Cross-generation Framework Proposition19
2.4Early Warning Indicators as Suggested by Theory22
3.The Empirical Assessment of Early Warning Indicators24
3.1Univariate Indicators for Financial Crises24
3.1.1Cross-Country Regressions26
3.1.2Multivariate Probit Models35
3.1.3The Signals Approach40
3.2Composite Leading Indicators for Financial Crises48
4.A Critique of Early Warning Indicators Used in Practice53
5.Conclusion64
Appendix68
Bibliography69

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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract:
The banking and currency crises of the last two decades inflicted substantial financial, economic, and social damage on the countries in which they originated. In this work, the efficiency of early warning indicators for these disastrous economic events is evaluated. An analysis of the traditional and recent literature on currency crises is performed in order to extract potential early warning indicators that are suggested by theory. Alongside others, these candidate indicators are tested in alternative empirical studies that are reviewed in this work. The results are mixed, but somewhat encouraging for further research in this field. Furthermore, the analysis is extended to a critique of systems of early warning indicators currently used by international institutions.

Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents:
1.Introduction1
2.The Currency Crisis Literature as a Reference Point for the Identification of Early Warning Indicators4
2.1The Traditional Theory5
2.2Second Generation Models11
2.3A Cross-generation Framework Proposition19
2.4Early Warning Indicators as Suggested by Theory22
3.The Empirical Assessment of Early Warning Indicators24
3.1Univariate Indicators for Financial Crises24
3.1.1Cross-Country Regressions26
3.1.2Multivariate Probit Models35
3.1.3The Signals Approach40
3.2Composite Leading Indicators for Financial Crises48
4.A Critique of Early Warning Indicators Used in Practice53
5.Conclusion64
Appendix68
Bibliography69



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Inhaltsangabe:Abstract:The banking and currency crises of the last two decades inflicted substantial financial, economic, and social damage on the countries in which they originated. In this work, the efficiency of early warning indicators for these disastrous economic events is evaluated. An analysis of the traditional and recent literature on currency crises is performed in order to extract potential early warning indicators that are suggested by theory. Alongside others, these candidate indicators are tested in alternative empirical studies that are reviewed in this work. The results are mixed, but somewhat encouraging for further research in this field. Furthermore, the analysis is extended to a critique of systems of early warning indicators currently used by international institutions.Inhaltsverzeichnis:Table of Contents:1.Introduction12.The Currency Crisis Literature as a Reference Point for the Identification of Early Warning Indicators42.1The Traditional Theory52.2Second Generation Models112.3A Cross-generation Framework Proposition192.4Early Warning Indicators as Suggested by Theory223.The Empirical Assessment of Early Warning Indicators243.1Univariate Indicators for Financial Crises243.1.1Cross-Country Regressions263.1.2Multivariate Probit Models353.1.3The Signals Approach403.2Composite Leading Indicators for Financial Crises484.A Critique of Early Warning Indicators Used in Practice535.Conclusion64Appendix68Bibliography69

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Titre: The efficiency of early warning indicators for financial crises
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9783832422554
ISBN: 978-3-8324-2255-4
Protection contre la copie numérique: libre
Format: eBook (pdf)
Editeur: Diplom.de
Genre: Économie
nombre de pages: 83
Parution: 30.03.2000
Année: 2000
Sous-titre: Englisch
Taille de fichier: 4.1 MB