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|Title: ||Time to look back in order to move forward|
|Authors: ||Vieira, Carlos|
|Editors: ||Araújo, E.|
|Keywords: ||Financial Crises|
|Issue Date: ||2020|
|Citation: ||VIEIRA, C. e VIEIRA, I. (2020) Time to look back in order to move forward, in E. Araújo, R.
Costa and C. Sales (Eds.) Tempo e Sociedade em Suspenso / Time and Society in the Lounge
eBook, pp. 192-202. CIES, ISCTE|
|Abstract: ||This chapter revisits major financial and health crises occurred a century ago and compares them with the global 2008 financial crisis and the current
COVID19 pandemic. In spite of each crisis’ specificities, many triggers and the major consequences are similar, especially in the case of financial
crises. The analysis suggests that ignoring previous experiences may lead to the repetition of avoidable errors, for no matter how distinct current
troubles may seem, similar ones have occurred before. The past is thus a relevant reference when searching for solutions to solve present problems
and to avoid future ones.|
|Appears in Collections:||CEFAGE - Publicações - Capítulos de Livros|
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