REF 125 April 2017
Europe 60 years later
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To celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of the Treaty of Rome and the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Maastricht Treaty, the Revue d’économie financière draws a balance sheet on what has been done on the financial level, offers accounts written by major protagonists, and questions the future and what reforms are necessary at a time when European finance will be turned topsy-turvy by Brexit.

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REF 124 December 2016
The Financial Systems in Latin America
352 pages from
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Latin American economies are clearly more resilient than in the 1980s because of democratization, more pragmatic economic policies, and ambitious economic reforms. Some countries, however, have not been part of this fundamental trend: Cuba and Venezuela and, to a lesser extent, Equator and Bolivia...

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REF 123 October 2016
The on-going reconstructing of financial systems
356 pages from
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The lack of growth can be partially traced back to the poor match between the supply of capital and demand for it on national and international levels. For the authors of this issue, among other questions, the situation requires reconstituting financial systems, whose central role consists precisely in matching supply to demand...

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REF 122 June 2016
Demography and finance
310 pages from
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Various “demographic events” (increased life expectancy, the birth of a child, migration, etc.) have important effects on financial decisions. More generally, demographic developments influence major aspects of economic and financial, national and international stability. This is why a field of research has grown up around the interaction between demographics and science.

In this issue, the Revue d’économie financière proposes to examine where that field is at today and identifies several interesting avenues of research on this little examined subject...

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RM 2015-2016 April 2016
Progrès et Tensions
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REF 121 March 2016
The Challenge of a Zero Interest Rate Economy
344 pages from
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In March 2016, the European Central Bank (ECB) lowered its key interest rate to zero. This measure is quite unusual but, since the 2008 crisis, the problems are such in many countries, particularly in the Eurozone, that new measures had to be taken. In this manner central banks, notably the US Federal Reserve and the ECB, have adopted unconventional monetary policies that consist of flooding the financial systems with liquidity.

In this context of uncertainty, the editorial board has put together an issue around four topics, beginning with the financial causes of the drop in nominal rates and the response of the monetary authorities...

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Financial history column December 2016
Financial Openness in History: A Political Economy Approach
Recension October 2016
Financial Architecture ans Macroeconomic Performance
Financial history column October 2016
What the Panic of 1907 Can Tell Us about the Crisis of 2008?
Recension June 2016
Demography and Finance: Attitude towards Risk, Expectations and Transmission Mechanisms
Financial history column June 2016
Financial history column. The First Business Model of Banque de France in 1800
Financial history column March 2016
French Monetary Policy during the Trente Glorieuses
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