The recent history of international economic relations has been marked by two crucial events: the financial crisis of 2008 (triggered by the subprime mortgages scandal occurring in the USA) and the economic crisis due to the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020. Both events led to a serious and dangerous economic-financial uncertainty that put great pressure on the financial stability at a global level as a result of the strong interconnection and interdependence existing between the various domestic and regional economic systems. The two crises show some significant differences, but one thing they have in common: the necessity for all international subjects and economic actors to ensure economic and financial stability. A global public good whose production and supply is essential for ensuring peace and security within the international community and above all for promoting the economic-social human rights, perfectly in line with the goals and targets of the UN Agenda 2030 on the Sustainable development.

Financial (In)Stability and the UN's Agenda 2030 on Sustainable Development in the Face of the Coronavirus Crisis / G. Peroni (ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF LAW IN EUROPEAN LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP). - In: Law and Economics of the Coronavirus Crisis / [a cura di] K. Mathiz, A. Tor. - [s.l] : Springer, 2022. - ISBN 9783030958756. - pp. 295-313 [10.1007/978-3-030-95876-3_11]

Financial (In)Stability and the UN's Agenda 2030 on Sustainable Development in the Face of the Coronavirus Crisis

G. Peroni
2022

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The recent history of international economic relations has been marked by two crucial events: the financial crisis of 2008 (triggered by the subprime mortgages scandal occurring in the USA) and the economic crisis due to the Coronavirus pandemic in 2020. Both events led to a serious and dangerous economic-financial uncertainty that put great pressure on the financial stability at a global level as a result of the strong interconnection and interdependence existing between the various domestic and regional economic systems. The two crises show some significant differences, but one thing they have in common: the necessity for all international subjects and economic actors to ensure economic and financial stability. A global public good whose production and supply is essential for ensuring peace and security within the international community and above all for promoting the economic-social human rights, perfectly in line with the goals and targets of the UN Agenda 2030 on the Sustainable development.
financial stability; United Nations; Agenda 2030; Development goals; Coronavirus; Crisis
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