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    what extent is the central bank responsible for stabilizing the economy? Is LREC really vital to economic growth? In this assignment I will look deeper into these questions. This is important because economic stability depends on it, and without giving this topic thought thousands of households could be facing another looming recession. In this essay I will evaluate the three questions given with regards to the central bank and LREC. The central bank is a country’s main bank, which provides banking

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    Financial Crisis

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    government had to bail out some banks and this resulted in a decrease in the stock and money funds investments in the United States and spread on all across the globe. A report compiled by the U.S Financial Crises Inquiry Commission shows that the infamous global crises could have been avoided. It pointed out that failure in different financial institutions including the Federal Reserve accelerated the crises. Lehman brothers; one of the three largest investments banks in the United States has been

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    The Great Depression affected every aspect of life across America. It lasted nearly twelve years and brought about great change. The stock market crash of 1929 was one of the ingredients of the Great Depression. America was faced with hardships on a scale that it had never seen before. The Great Depression was a time of economic turmoil, tough political decisions, scarce job opportunities, and as a result many lives changed dramatically. The stock market crash of 1929 dramatically impacted the

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    The Global Financial Crisis on India

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    threatening to reach perilous proportions. The collapse of the big five financial giants on Wall Street — Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, AIG, Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch — with revenues totaling nearly $322 billion in 2007, followed by two of the largest banks — Washington Mutual (WaMu) and Wachovia — has sent shock waves through global financial markets” . Talking about the financial crisis in the U.S., which does not have a major effect on the India economy where India has a sound regulation system in

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    large to claps for families to loose there savings, houses, and jobs. President Roosevelt took one of the great dissensions of the depression era when he announce the Emergency Banking Act and the Glass-Steagall Act which banded the involvement of banks in the stoke market (foner, 800). By taking such action Government was able to stabilize the financial system. But today politicians choose to ignore this great historic lesson that could have saved us from the national disaster that is still affecting

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    Frederic Mishkin makes the point in the text, The Economics of Money Banking, and Financial Markets (2010) that “Banks and other financial institutions are what make financial markets work. Without them, financial markets would not be able to move funds from people who save to people who have productive investment opportunities.” (p.7). The movement of funds between savers and those with productive investment opportunities is the means of creating growth. When people lose confidence in the economy

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    Fair Value and Historical Costing

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    Laux and Leuz’s view that lack of transparency under Historical Cost Accounting could make matters worse during financial crises, and could be evaluated using accounting theories focusing on the Global Financial Crisis (GFC). The discussion below looks at the measurement issues faced in a crisis and in particular, the Fair Value (FV) and the Historical Costing (HC) while focusing on the 2008 financial crisis. In the discussion, there will be comparison on which of the two makes the crises worse.

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    Awareness of Risk and 2008 Financial Crisis

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    behavioural and psychological factors that worth greater attention to. The 2008 Financial Crisis seemed to come out of blue and shocked the whole world in the first place but was soon concluded by experts as the consequence of systemic risk. (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, 2009) Characterizing such a risk are three viewpoints, first, universal losses triggered by a single event (IBS, 2001), second, revelation of hidden correlations among financial institutions (Kaufman and Scott, 2003), and third, occurrence

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    guard against over lending to non-credit worthy consumers. Though this may be seen as a form of external interference in a self-regulating sector, it must be allowed to do so since it is the one to be tasked with the duty of bailing out the private banks using tax payers’ money.

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    According to Florida (2013), economic crises occur in cycles and lead to “creative destruction” i.e. the emergence of some companies and the demise of others. Whereas there are numerous measures that are used to determine the status of the the enormous American economy, only a few reveal the true picture of the effects of a crisis such as the one that hit the world economy in 2008. Therefore, the writer concentrates on three measures: job growth composition, productivity growth, and venture capital

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