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Tema 3: Den økonomiske krise- i Danmark og globalt

Lektion 21a. Hjælpepakker og finanskrisen

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ØkonomiNU, s.22-25

1. Hvad blev der gjort for at afbøde virkningerne af finanskrisen?
Forskellige hjælpepakke blev sat i gang, statsstøtte til private banker, støtte til udsatte brancher, nedsættelse af renter og massive lån til banksektoren.

2. Hvad viser tabel 1.1? forklar dernæst hvad der baggrunden for denne udvikling i de offentlige finanser?
Udviklingen i BNP gik fra små underskud som udgangspunkt til massive underskud, dog med undtagelse af DK der startede krisen med et stort plus i BNP men den spiral vendte så til det stik modsatte. Kun Tyskland brød denne tendens i 2007/2008 hvor de havde små overskud i BNP. Baggrunden for denne udvikling var at den globale krise tog fat i efteråret 2008. Her sprang boligboblen og det gav en domino effekt, som endte med at påvirke hele den globale økonomi.

3. Hvad viser figur 1.10?
Den viser 4 udvalgte landes udvikling i den givne periode. De 4 lande har håndteret krisen på forskellige måder, og lavet direkte forskellige reaktioner. Et land som Sverige som pga tidligere erfaringer passede en smule mere på pengene i højkonjunktur tiden havde nemmere ved at rette op på den skankene økonomi. Et land som Tyskland mærker nu virkningen af deres gode konkurrence evne, der giver dem et opsving i økonomien. Mod har vi lande som USA der stadigvæk mærker eftervirkningerne af den bristede boligboble, der gjorde at man blev gældssat.

4. Redegør for hvordan udviklingen har været i landenes økonomier efter finanskrisen?
For de fleste vendte økonomien så småt i 2010. Stigninger i BNP blev en realitet, vækstlandene var kommet op i omdrejninger og hev derfor andre lande med op. Det tog dog en smule mere tid før USA kom i gang igen grundet deres høje arbejdsløshed. Inden for EU var krisen dog ikke helt forbi.…...

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