Posted on 5 agosto 2011 by

La Caduta dell’Impero in Tempo Reale

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The Guar­dian ha aperto sta­mat­tina un blog con aggior­na­menti in tempo reale per assi­stere “live” al panico finan­zia­rio mondiale.

Le prime pagine di tutti i quo­ti­diani del mondo sono cen­trate sul crollo delle borse, tra le diverse visioni espo­ste la più inte­res­sante, a mio avviso, è quella pro­po­sta da Ezra Klein sul Washing­ton Post:

As bad as the daily data was two years ago, it was easier to tell a story of reco­very. The full scope and stic­ki­ness of the finan­cial cri­sis wasn’t yet visi­ble, and the disap­point­ments of the after­math hadn’t yet sunk in.

Today there’s more sta­bi­lity, but we seem to have sta­bi­li­zed into an era of high unem­ploy­ment, low gro­wth and end­less risk. Rather than reco­ve­ring from the cri­sis, it is almost as if we have set­tled into it. And no one quite knows how we’re going to escape.

Altri ele­menti per una let­tura della crisi ven­gono for­niti indi­ret­ta­mente dall’Economist che ana­lizza il ruolo cre­scente delle eco­no­mie emer­genti nello sce­na­rio mondiale.

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