Banking crises have always been a part of the economic scene. These crunches typically follow economic booms that go bust, much as the 2008 banking crisis succeeded the US housing market collapse. Professor Richard S. Grossman offers a succinct history of banking crises during the past 200 years, noting the conditions necessary for bank stability. getAbstract recommends his informative report to bankers, investors and economic history buffs.
In this summary, you will learn
- What constitutes a banking crisis and
- What pattern banking crises have shown consistently over the past two hundred years.
About the Author
Richard S. Grossman is a professor of economics at Wesleyan University in Connecticut.
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