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Market Behavior During Crisis explores the causes, impacts and linkages of contemporary geopolitics, markets and conflict, along with their economic impacts on all stakeholders. The book compiles the most current research and insights about market behaviors during conflicts of different types and severity, detailing how markets actually respond and what readers’ can do to implement a proactive early-response strategy. Whenever a global or regional conflict occurs, markets of every sort react based on fears which are largely unfounded. The book illustrates that preconceived notions can be self-fulfilling prophecies when they occur.
- Offers strategies to ease or prevent the effects of conflict
- Presents a well-structured, clearly written, comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach
- Includes self-contained chapters with conceptual overviews and definitions
Academic researchers, scholars, postgraduates. Practitioners such as policy analysts, market analysts, investors, consultants
1. The Nature of Conflict
2. Investment Markets
3. Energy Markets
4. Agricultural Markets
5. Industrial Markets
6. Trade/Currency Wars
7. Military Contracting
8. Resource Management
9. Economics and Modern Warfare
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- © Elsevier 2022
- 1st January 2022
- Paperback ISBN:
Michael Taillard, PhD, MBA, is an economic researcher, author, consultant, and professor whose work emphasizes applied strategy and behavioral research. He has worked with private companies, federal and local government and political organizations, nonprofits, and a variety of media outlets. He currently holds adjunct status in the graduate schools at Central Michigan University as well as Bellevue University. He is the author of Market Insanity: A Brief Guide to Diagnosing the Madness in the Stock Market (Elsevier, 2018) as well as numerous other books including Economics & Modern Warfare, Psychology & Modern Warfare, , and 101 Things Everyone Needs to Know about the Global Economy.
Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan and Bellevue University, Bellevue, Nebraska, USA
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