Carmen M. Reinhart





Carmen M. Reinhart



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This Time Is Different: Eig...

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A Decade of Debt

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The Second Great Contractio...

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Money, Crises, and Transiti...

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“More money has been lost because of four words than at the point of a gun. Those words are ‘This time is different.”
Carmen M. Reinhart, This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly

“These findings on capital flow bonanzas are also consistent with other identified empirical regularities surrounding credit cycles. Mendoza and Terrones, who examine credit cycles in both advanced and emerging market economies using a very different approach from that just discussed, find that credit booms in emerging market economies are often preceded by surges in capital inflows. They also conclude that, although not all credit booms end in financial crisis, most emerging market crises were preceded by credit booms.”
Carmen M. Reinhart, This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly

“Bubbles are far more dangerous when they are fueled by debt, as in the case of the global housing price explosion of the early 2000s.”
Carmen M. Reinhart, This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly



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