EU-Korea Economic Exchange
Zsolt Darvas (),
Georg Zachmann (),
Jeong Ho Suh,
Jean Pisani-Ferry (),
Christopher Byungho Suh,
Reinhilde Veugelers (),
Marco Antonielli and
Mario Mariniello ()
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Even though the roots of the global financial crisis lay in risky financial structures in the United States and weaknesses in financial regulation, the crisis became global mainly because of significant financial and trade linkages between the US and other countries. Most countries, including European Union countries and Korea, have felt the impact of the global crisis. The major channels through which the global crisis transmitted to the EU economy...
Date: Written 2013-04 Originally published 2013-04.
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