Ⅱ. Main subject
Ⅱ-(1). Global Inequality in Income
Ⅱ-(2). Factors that caused more income inequality
Ⅱ-(3). Income inequality leads to the financial crisis
The global economy has been stagnant since the impact of the global financial crisis in 2008.
The global economy has been experiencing the longest and harshest period since the Great Depression of the 1930s, as new crises have surfaced in the wake of the euro-zone crisis.
Moreover, even though the economic downturn is continuing for a long period of time, there are concerns about another economic shock rather than a sign of recovery. The Korean economy is no exception.
The direct impact of the crisis in 2008 was soon overshadowed, but the economy has not continued to recover since then, and has been steadily declining.
Even this year, the Bank of Korea continues to downgrade its economic growth forecast for Korea.
The reality that the world economy has not escaped from the recession after the direct impact of the financial crisis has been absorbed is that the 2008 crisis was triggered by more fundamental factors, not limited to the financial sector.
There is no doubt that financial factors played a crucial role in triggering the crisis,
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