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A new mechanism to explain how a financial crisis happens
Researchers at the Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University and at Columbia University have proposed a new model to predict a financial crisis (a chain of bankruptcies) using a multiplex network model in which debts with different priorities are mutually held by banks. Their results were published in the "Highlight (Synopsis)" section of the online edition of Physics, a journal of the American Physical Society.