Public Action in the Crisis

Public Action in the Crisis




Confronted with the major crisis that struck the world economy at the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century, analysts, researchers, and political leaders studied past experiences to avoid repeating errors of diagnosis, recommendation, or action. The disastrous experience of the Great Depression of the 1930’s, which caused social misery, massive unemployment, protectionism, forms of nationalism, and led to a world war whose devastating effects were pushed to an extreme, remained in mind.



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Published 31 August 2012
Reads 93
EAN13 9782877759427
Language English

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