代写论文：Financial Crisis of 2008 vs 1931
The crisis for banking was begun in 1931 because there were disastrous losses in Vienna at Creditanstalt. After this due to crisis in Hungary and in Germany created a big problem to the world market.
Take the case of Ramalinga Raju, chairman of Satyam Computer Services, who made an accounting fraud of around INR 8000 crores, which left India paralyzed and the investors questioning the nation’s moral and financial stability. It was all because of that fraud he did that the stock price of Satyam initially touched highs; otherwise you can see its price now. The company was running into losses, but still Raju made the deliberate accounting error just to keep investors happy about the company’s performance.
Now, let us talk about how IASB responded to GFC and let us see the actions it took. In September 2005, the IASB took the initiative to prepare an exposure draft regarding international fair-value accounting standards. The main reason behind it was to cut down the complexity of the advice on measuring fair value. This draft became the single source of guidelines for all fair-value measurements and increased convergence in all International Financial Reporting Standards.
IASB then decided to publish a paper to summarize its preliminary views about fair-value measurement, which would be drafted at a later stage after discussions. The FASB had already developed its own fair-value measurement standard, SFAS 157, which provided the detailed and consistent guidance on that topic. This draft stated about fair-value measurement in inactive markets and also the incorporate guidance published by the FASB on measuring this fair-value in such markets. It got published in May 2009. It contained all the measures to avoid the consequences of the global financial crisis of 2008. The IASB and FASB, in June 2010, together published an exposure draft of amendments that contained methods to capture uncertainty analysis for fair-value measurement.
And the list goes on and on about the efforts AASB put to amend their accounting standards. And again, it did so in order to help the Australian entities go by their own economy’s standards and not face any risk of the unethical use of the fair-value accounting methods used internationally so that their economy won’t have to again face the risk of a crisis arising out of unfair-value accounting means.
Comments on Financial Crisis in 2008 & 1931
This report says that in 2008 the crisis was less fragile and much more resilient than it was in 1931.
The data collected in 2008 were more than in 1931 because of this it was easy to identify the cause of crisis and was easy to trace the propagation of crisis. In 2008 it was easy to know about liquidity and safety which was an important task than in 1931. But in both the crisis the behaviours of the creditors towards debtors and vice versa were all important.
However, there was a very important difference between the two crises, in the range and nature of assets that were regarded as ‘safe havens’ – i.e. which were regarded as liquid and safe. We showed in Moessner and Allen (2011) that central banks provided much more liquidity after the 2008 crisis than they had done in 1931, and argued that they had been inhibited in 1931 by the constraints of the gold standard.
Due to this in gold standard countries the monetary policy was very strict despite the depression, and countries abandoned the gold standard when its effects became intolerable, notably the United Kingdom in 1931 and the United States in 1933. As we see that countries started to left out the Gold standard and the currency of the countries got depreciated and due to this pressure increased. After some time no one of country was on the gold standard.
In 2008, a range of assets was regarded as liquid and safe, even though the relative prices of assets within the group could change. The group included deposits in a wide range of central banks, including those of the countries with the largest banking systems, and a wide range of government securities. Market participants were much more tolerant of budget deficits than they had been in the 1930s.
As we all know how devastating GFC was, the main point of agenda here was to discuss the role of fair-value accounting on GFC. We have seen examples of US, INDIA and measures taken by accounting Standard Boards, International and domestic, to improve and scrutinize Fair-Value Accounting.
Global financial markets require several kinds of trust to operate efficiently. Ethics are at the very core of an accounting professional. If he/she comes out to be a fraud, there is no way that organization can survive with respect to a long term perspective. If they don’t follow fair-value accounting means in their system, it is for sure that at some point of time they will fall. Can the world sustain then? These are some questions which everybody should know the answer to and they do, but when greed comes into play, ethics go away. Customers are crushed and executives only focus on filling their pockets with lots and lots of money by creating fraud here and there. While the ethics of the accountancy profession have not been argued in the current article, we understand the consequences of not following the above mentioned values pretty well. This GFC clearly underlines how high the stakes become when ethics are relegated and the accounting standards are amended for personal use.
In both the crisis we can observe that the deposit outflows were not the important source of liquidity pressure on banks: In 1931 it was a problem of central banks from Europe was to accept the London merchant banks but in year 2008 the commercial banks provided liquidity commitments to the shadow banks.
国际会计准则委员会决定发表一篇论文，总结有关公允价值计量，这将在稍后阶段讨论之后，起草了初步意见。 FASB已经开发了自己的公允价值计量标准，SFAS 157，它提供了有关该主题的详细和一致的指导。该草案还规定在不活跃市场公允价值计量，也包括测量在这样的市场公允价值由美国财务会计准则委员会（FASB）发布的指导。它得到了2009年5月出版。它包含所有的措施，以避免2008年的全球金融危机所带来的后果。国际会计准则理事会和美国财务会计准则委员会，2010年6月，公布征求意见稿的修订包含公允价值计量不确定性分析的方法来捕获。
然而，有一个非常重要的区别两者之间的危机，被视为“避风港” – 即视为液体和安全的资产的范围和性质。我们表现出了，在Moessner和Allen（2011），比他们在1931年做了2008年金融危机后，各国央行提供了更多的流动性，并争辩说，他们被禁止在1931年的黄金标准的制约。