The great financial crisis in Finland and Sweden – The dynamics of boom, bust and recovery, 1985-2000 - Lars Jonung, Jaakko Kiander and Pentti Vartia
Author(s): Lars Jonung, DG ECFIN, European Commission, Brussels, Jaakko Kiander, Labour Institute for Economic Research, Helsinki and the University of Helsinki, Pentti Vartia Research Institute of the Finnish Economy, ETLA, Helsinki
The great financial crisis in Finland and Sweden – The dynamics of boom, bust and recovery, 1985-2000 - Lars Jonung, Jaakko Kiander and Pentti Vartia (2 MB)
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This paper explores the anatomy of the boom, deep depression and recovery in the Finnish and Swedish economies in the period 1985-2000. These fifteen years are divided into three phases: (1) financial liberalization and the boom and the overheating of 1985-90, (2) the outbreak and spread of the crisis to all sectors of the economy in 1990-92, and (3) the recovery 1993-2000. Each period is analyzed separately.
JEL classification: E32, E44, E63, F32, F34, G33.
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(European Economy. Economic Papers 350. December 2008.
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