Anjar Priandoyo

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Historical Economy Crisis

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Routledge handbook of major events in economic history 2013

Part I Beginning

  • 1791-1811 Symmetry and repetition: patterns in the history of the Bank of the US
  • 1873 The banking panic of 1873
  • 1870s Gold resumption and the deflation of the 1870s
  • 1898-1902 The Great Merger Wave 1898–1902
  • 1893 The Panic of 1893
  • 1907 The Panic of 1907
  • 1913 The founding of the Federal Reserve System
  • 1914-1918 World War I
  • The classical gold standard

Part II World War

  • The 1920s
  • The 1929 stock market crash
  • 1931 Britain’s withdrawal from the gold standard: the end of an epoch
  • 1929-1939 The Great Depression
  • The microeconomics of the New Deal during the Great Depression
  • The macroeconomic impact of the New Deal
  • Monetary policy during the Great Depression
  • World War II

Part III Post World War

  • 1948 The Marshall Plan
  • 1960s The riots of the 1960s
  • 1970s The great inflation of the 1970s
  • 1973 Historical oil shocks
  • 1970s: the decade the Phillips Curve died
  • 1971 The rise and fall of the Bretton Woods System
  • 1979–1982 Disinflation
  • 1978 The rise of China
  • 1991 The rise of India
  • 1990 The bubble burst and stagnation of Japan
  • 1991 The demise of the Soviet Union
  • Development of trade institutions and advent of globalization

Part IV

  • World hyperinflations
  • The financial crisis of 2007–2009
  • Monetary policy in 2008 and beyond
  • Retail innovations in American economic history
  • Government bailouts
  • Government debt, entitlements, and the economy

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