Crisis Management and Resolution: Early Lessons from the Financial Crisis
Luc Laeven (),
Stijn Claessens (),
Fabian Valencia (),
Katharine Seal and
No 2011/005, IMF Staff Discussion Notes from International Monetary Fund
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Keywords: SDN; crisis; bank; asset; bank asset quality; bank assets; recent crisis; past crisis; banking system; crisis response; problem assets; increase bank loss; asset guarantee; AIG assets; nonviable bank; accommodative monetary policy; profit stream; asset transfer; asset relief; bank resolution agency; Global; Crisis management; Financial statements; Distressed assets; Asset restructuring; lessons from the financial crisis; lessons from the Financial CrisisCrisis Management; early lesson; Financial crises; resolution; moral hazard; too big to fail; stress tests; burden sharing; financial stability (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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