postcrisis

postcrisis

(ˌpəʊstˈkraɪsɪs)
adj
taking place after a crisis
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Lending against real estate is the predominant cause of financial instability, and the leverage created by it is the predominant cause of postcrisis stagnation.
(2) Instead, I will focus on the postcrisis slowdown, which mushroomed into the current crisis.
However, the terms of discussion are clearly confined to: a) it's an individual's problem, not an organization-culture-induced malaise, and b) the language posits the policy of intervention programs, whether preventative or postcrisis, as aiming to achieve "fitness," "resilience," and a swift return to work, rather than promoting a priori and axiomatically a healthy workplace for people.
C1, emphasis added) The articles collected from each newspaper have been separated into three sets that we call the precrisis period (2006-2007), the crisis period (2008-2009), and the postcrisis period (2010-2011).
This is consistent with three decades of neoliberalism, which, according to the OECD (2011), have left Mexico and Turkey among the worst off in the OECD, despite impressive postcrisis GDP growth indicators.
Currently the global economy has entered a postcrisis period, where profound adjustments and changes have become the main themes of economic development.
(16) That needed premium is roughly comparable in size to the 33% or bigger subsidy derived from several postcrisis studies.
This is probably the first year of the postcrisis era.
Development challenges in a postcrisis world; proceedings.
The postcrisis market has been decidedly risk-averse; more than 60 percent of originations since 2012 have credit scores greater than 760.
Avkiran factors on the efficiency of postcrisis East Asian banking systems: Integrating DEA with SFA 8 Khalid shahooth .K Using data envelopment analysis &ahmedH.batt all to measure cost efficiency with an application on Islamic banks 9 Fadzlansufian The efficiency of Islamic banking industry in Malaysia Foreign vs domestic banks 10 Ramakrishnan Performance of banks in countries Ramanathan of the Gulf Cooperation Council 11 Mohammad Hanif Are Saudi banks productive Akhtar and efficient?