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  1. Vor 4 Tagen · This argument also links back to Minsky’s financial instability hypothesis , which forms the basis of post- and neo-Keynesian theory on financial economics (Blenk, 2019, p. 3; Tavasci & Toporowski, 2010, pp. 2–5). Minsky argues that investors assume a stable investment environment as inherent over time, investment strategies get more and more aggressive and thus destabilize the whole ...

  2. 10. Juni 2024 · Minskys ‘Two Price’ Theory of Financial Instability and Monetary Policy: Discounting versus Open Market Intervention.” In Financial Conditions and Macroeconomic Performance: Essays in Honor of Hyman P. Minsky , edited by Steven Fazzari and Dimitri B. Papadimitriou, 85–103.

  3. Vor 2 Tagen · Misstrauen bei AI-unterstützen Entscheidungen. 23. Juni 2024, 06:16. Zwei von drei Verbrauchern in Deutschland fühlen sich nicht wohl, wenn Banken und Versicherungen mit Unterstützung von AI ( Artificial Intelligence) Entscheidungen treffen. Das ergab eine Befragung durch forsa im Auftrag des Softwareunternehmens SAS.

  4. Vor 5 Tagen · It is named after Hyman Minsky, an American economist known for his work on financial instability hypothesis. The software aims to provide a user-friendly interface for creating and simulating economic models, with a particular focus on the financial sector.

  5. 10. Juni 2024 · Eine aktuelle Studie (Mental Models of the Stock Market) untersucht die Mentalen Modelle von Investoren und deren Einfluss auf die Erwartungen hinsichtlich der Aktienrenditen. Ein Mentales Modell ist – einfach formuliert – ein Abbild der Wirklichkeit in der menschlichen Wahrnehmung.

  6. 29. Mai 2024 · The vision of Hyman P. Minsky is an intellectual biography of Hyman Minsky by Perry Mehrling from 1999. Among other things, this reading emphasizes Minsky's financial instability hypothesis and its connection to the "survival constraint": the idea that each economic actor needs to ensure that its cash inflows meet its cash ...

  7. 14. Juni 2024 · The term “Minsky moment” refers to the point at which financial markets move from stability to instability. For Minsky, the period of stability creates the complacency that makes instability inevitable.