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Team studies the innermost circle of the financial crisis

(Phys.org) -- “Too central to fail” instead of “too big to fail”: whether banks pose a risk to the financial system when they get into distress has more to do with their level of networking than with their size. Economic researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a method to deduce the “systemic importance” of banks from their complex connections within financial networks....


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Source: PhysOrg - Friday, 3 August, 2012

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