Economics/finance graphs with downloadable background files for customization
From A History of the FDIC 1933-1983: "The terms "bank suspensions" and "bank failures" are often used inter-changeably. Technically, however, "suspensions" include all banks that are closed because of financial difficulties, whereas "failures" are limited to those suspended banks that were... Continue Reading →
The Department of Economics and the Department of Banking and Finance at Monash Business School hosted a one-day Macro/Finance workshop on 11 April 2017. International speakers include James Bullard (President of the St Louis Fed), Kevin Lansing (San Francisco Fed), and Raoul Minetti (Michigan State... Continue Reading →
The growth of the share of real estate loans lending for Australia 1990-2016 (yellow slice, bottom pie-charts), could be easily confused for the analogous measure for the U.S. of A. 1980-2007 (purple slice, top pie-charts)...
A team of prominent Monash-based econometricians has developed an "Australian version of Fred." Can't miss it
Three financial crises in the U.S. of A.: Failed institutions
How did U.S. banks' loans portfolios evolve since WWII?
Irish property prices grew twice as much as in the U.S. in the 2000s
Debt-to-GDP post-2006 in 12 countries, can you tell the GIIPS apart?