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Hyperinflation (1923)

Hyperinflation (1923)

Born of the economic consequences of the first world war, this crisis illustrates the economic and social imbalances that can cause a loss of confidence in a currency whose value is collapsing. It demonstrates the importance of price stability as a condition for sustainable growth.

Great Depression (1930s)

Great Depression (1930s)

This profound crisis has had a major economic, social and political impact on all developed economies. Marked by the "crash" of 1929, it shows the importance of regulating the financial sphere. The international coordination implemented postwar is such a result. 

First oil crisis (1973)
Debt Crisis (1980s)
Great Recession (2008 -...)
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