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    • What are economic bubbles? An economic bubble is the universally used term for an economic cycle that is characterized by a rapid extension followed by a retrenchment, often times in an intense manner. While some bubbles happen as expected as a part of the economic cycle, some also occur as a result of investor enthusiasm and serve as correctives. These typically happen in securities, stock markets, real estate and various other business sectors because of certain changes in the way some key players

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    Hyman Minsky’s economic model of a general financial crisis combines a cash-flow approach to investment with a theory of financial instability. People invest with the expectation that it will yield a stream of cash flow and that it will be sufficient to cover contractual debt obligations when it is due. Minsky stated that the changes in supply of credit were pro-cyclical. The supply of credit increased during an economic boom when there was a surplus of cash flow after debt obligations were met,

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    The Bubble Economy of Japan

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    The Bubble Economy of Japan The Economy of Japan had experience a tremendous growth since the end of the Korean war. The growth of GNP in 1967 and 1968 was above 10 % (double digit growth period) which exceed countries such as Britain, France and Germany. The economy experienced a boost is due to many reasons, such as: enlargement of industrial facilities, massive adaptation of western technology and education, lower the military expense to 1% of GNP, relation with power nation, human

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    Irrational Exuberance and Financial Bubbles

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    Legends of the Mississippi and South Sea Bubbles have endured today as warnings against the fatality of irrational exuberance in financial markets. However, as details of these first financial crises are somewhat exaggerated, it has proven difficult for historians to separate fact from myth. The question remains as to whether investors behaved irrationally or sensibly in response to these events in the early eighteenth century. It appears that a lack of investor sophistication and the adverse effects

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    Some Causes of the Credit Crunch

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    aftermath”, University of Reading, Henley School Business Clair R & Tucker P, 1993, “six causes of credit crunch”, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Economic Review, 3rd Quarter Priddy S, 2008, “Climbing out of the credit crunch”, Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, Policy Paper, India Turner G, 2008, “The credit crunch: housing bubble and economic crisis”, Pluto press, UK

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    Financial Crisis

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    international economic suffering for the people of the world. Financial crisis have proven to happen time and time again over the course of history in both developing and developed countries. The single most important factor that contributes to this demise is the lack of governance within a country. Due to the lack of authority there is an absence of management. Thus leading to the greater problem of member states being unable to balance domestic interests with global obligations. Asset bubbles are the

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    As such, this system of stock investment and speculation that led to the creation of the VOC, ultimately led to the collapse of the economy in Amsterdam for a short while as investors and financiers had created the perfect storm for such a large economic

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    Florida Land Boom

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    adjective used to describe the 1920s is known as the “Roaring” twenties. During the decade Florida had its own adjective used to describe the real estate market known as the “Land Boom”. The Florida land boom of the 20s was Florida’s first big real estate bubble. During the great land boom of the 20th century Florida saw tens of thousands of Americans flood to the state to move or purchase land. By looking at the how this development of real estate began, who was affected, and how the “Boom” became a soft

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    which were much like the men’s suits but more feminine. Whereas the women at home wore simple knee length dresses for the fact that they were cost effective during the great depression. After the great depression in the 40’s the 1950’s saw a huge economic boom. Due to this boom everyone had more money to spend; this meant a new fashion trend could begin. During the 50’s teenagers had more of a say in their clothing this resulted in freer and less formal clothing style. During this time women could

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    Stock Exchange Causes

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    The collapse of the United States of Americas (USA) stock exchange cannot be blamed solely on the government’s laissez-fair attitude. There are numerous reasons why the collapse happened and what caused the collapse. Although it can be said that these reasons were caused by the laissez-fair attitude, it was not the sole reason for the collapse. The other factors also play a large factor in the collapse of the stock exchange and the great depression. The collapse of the stock exchange can largely

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