As Asian economies keep posting positive growth numbers with the momentum for a full recovery shifting irreversibly to the East, and as banker’s bonuses and Wall Street profits return to pre-2007 days, the temptation to look away from the root causes of the global financial crisis is as great as ever. But has the chance to learn a valuable lesson really just been lost in the face of a fragile recovery?
Some resources from our Digital Library to help you answer this key question:
- Today’s ISN Insights partner takes a look back at the recession, particularly lessons learned/not learned.
- A Congressional Research Service report on the similarities and differences that define this latest recession compared to previous ones.
- Historical growth patterns and the current crisis in context in a Kiel Institute for the World Economy paper.
- A Chatham House report on the impact of the financial crisis on EU-Asia relations.
- The reasons why the global financial crisis did not impact migration flows across the world as much as expected in a Geneva Center for Security Policy paper.
- A Center for Economic and Policy Research paper on the fragility of the recovery.