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Bibliografía básica sobre medios y crisis

-ALMIRON, N. (2008), “Crisis financiera, economía y medios de comunicación”, en Mientras Tanto, 108-109, 83-90.

-ARLT, H.-J. y STORZ, W. (2010). Wirtschaftsjournalismus in der Krise. Frankfurt/Main: Otto Brenner Stiftung.

-ARRESE, Á. (2010), “Periodismo económico, entre el boom y el crash”, en A. Arrese et al. (coords.). Periodismo económico. Viejos y nuevos desafíos. Actas del XXII Congreso Internacional de Comunicación (Periodismo económico. Viejos y nuevos desafíos) (17-27). Pamplona: Eunsa.

-ARRESE, Á. y VARA, A. (2012), “¿Canarios en la mina? La prensa y los riesgos de la “burbuja inmobiliaria” en España”, en “Comunicación y riesgo”. III Congreso Internacional de la Asociación Española de Investigación en Comunicación, AE-IC, Tarragona, 20 de diciembre de 2012.

-BÄHR, E. (2009), “The world economic crisis and its actors in the on-line publications of German newspapers and journals”, en Journal of Media Research, 4, 56-64.

-BECERRA, M. A. y MASTRINI, G. (2010), “Crisis. What Crisis? Argentine Media in View of the 2008 International Financial Crisis”, en International Journal of Communication, 4, 611- 629.

-CANO, Gemma (2010), “From the Spain is different to the Party is over. The image of Spain through The Economist (2008-2009)”, en Textual & Visual Media, 3, 63-80.

-CAPLEN, B. (2009), “Mea culpa: Why we missed the crisis”, en Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 6 (3/4), Special Issue, 28-32.

-CAPLIN, A. y LAWRENCE, R. (2014), “The Mortgage Mess, the Press, and the Politics of Inattention”, en American Economic Review: Papers & Proceedings, 104 (5), 77-81.

-CARUSO, L., CEPERNICH, C. y ROCAROLO, F. (2012), “La rappresentazioni mediali della crisi tra bisogni informativi e strategie político-comunicative”, en Rassegna Italiana di Sociologia, 1, 137-168.

-CHAKRAVARTTY, P. y DOWNING, J. D. (2010), “Media Technology and the Global Financial Crisis”, en International Journal of Communication, 4, 693-695.

-CHAKRAVARTTY, P. y SCHILLER, D. (2010), “Neoliberal Newspeak and Digital Capitalism in Crisis”, en International Journal of Communication, 4, 670-692.

-CHERNOMAS, R. y HUDSON, I. (2011). The Gatekeeper. 60 Years of Economics According to the New York Times. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers.

-CHITTUM, R. (2011), “Missing the Moment”, en A. SCHIFFRIN, Bad News. How America’s Business Press Missed the Story of the Century (pp. 71-93). New York: The New Press.

-DAVIS, A. (2003), “Whither Mass Media and Power? Evidence for a Critical Elite Theory Alternative”, en Media, Culture and Society, 25 (5), 669-690.

-DAVIS, A. (2005), “Media Effects and the Active Elite Audience: A Study of Media in Financial Markets”, en European Journal of Communication, 20 (3), 303-326.

-DE MATEO, R., BERGÉS, L. y GARNATXE, A. (2010): “Crisis, what crisis? The media: business and journalism in times of crisis”, en triple C. Cognition, Communication, Co- Operation, 8 (2), 193-204.

-DOYLE, G. (2006), “Financial News Journalism”, en Journalism, 7 (4), 433-452.

-FAHY, D., O’BRIEN, M. y POTI, V. (2010), “Combative Critics or Captured Collaborators? Irish Financial Journalism and the End of the Celtic Tiger”, en Irish Communications Review, 12, 5-21.

-FULLER, J. (2009), “Why journalists need to relearn the old habits of scepticism, fearless questioning and digging for information”, en Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 6 (3/4), Special Issue, 87-91.

-HARBER, A. (2009), “When a watch dog doesn’t bark”, en Rhodes Journalism Review, 29 (1), 20-21.

-KRUGMAN, P. (2009), “How Did Economists Get It So Wrong?”, en The New York Times, September 6.

-KURTZ, H. (2008), “Press May Own a Share in Financial Mess”, en The Washington Post, October 6.

-LEWIS, J. (2010), “Normal Viewing Will Resumed Shortly: News, Recession and the Politics of Growth”, en Popular Culture, 8, 161-165.

-LITS, M. (2010), “Pourquoi les médias n’ont-ils rien vu venir?”, en DUJARDIN V., DE CORDT Y., COSTA R. y DE MORIAMÉ V. (dir.). La crise économique et financière de 2008- 2009: l’entrée dans le 21e siècle? (81-94). Paris: Peter Lang.

-LUSCOMBE, B. (2009), “Business Journalism: A Vanishing Necessity?”, en Time, July 20.

-MARRON, M. B. (2010), “British/Irish Media Excel in Episodic Coverage, Fail in Probing”, en Journalism Studies, 11 (2), 270-274.

-MARTÍNEZ FERNÁNDEZ, V. et.al. (2012), “Agenda setting y crisis económica: influencia de la prensa en el comportamiento de consumo y ahorro”, en Estudios sobre el Mensaje Periodístico, 18 (1), 147-156.

-MEIER, C. y Winterbauer, S. (2008), Die Finanzkrise und die Medien: Nagelprobe für den Wirtschafts- und Finanzjournalismus, Dossier. MainzerMedienDisput, November.

-MERCILLE, J. (2013), “The Role of the Media in Sustaining Ireland’s Housing Bubble”, en New Political Economy, 1-20. Online version. DOI: 10.1080/13563467.2013.779652

-MÜLLER, S. (2010), El papel de la prensa en la mayor crisis económica que ha vivido la democracia española, DEA, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2010. [http://www.scm- communication.com/files/dea16.pdf, consultado el 5/03/11].

-PARSONS, W. (1989), The Power of the Financial Press: Journalism and Economic Opinion in Britain and America. Aldershot: Edward Elgar.

-PÉREZ-PEÑA, R. (2008), “Amid Market Turmoil, Some Journalists Try to Tone Down Emotion”, en The New York Times, September 22.

-QUIRING, O. y WEBER, M. (2012), “Between Usefulness and Legitimacy: Media Coverage of Governmental intervention during the Financial Crisis and Selected Effects”, en The International Journal of Press/Politics, 17 (3), 294-315.

-ROUSH, C. (2008), “Unheeded Warnings”, en American Journalism Review, October/November, 35-39.

-SANDVOSS, C. (2010), “Conceptualizing the Global Economic Crisis in Popular Communication Research”, en Popular Communication, 8, 2010, 154-161.

-SATIJA, N. (2009), “Why Did Financial Journalists Miss the Financial Crisis”, en Huffington Post, April 22.

-SCHIFFERES, S. y COULTER, S. (2013), “Downloading disaster: BBC news online coverage of the global financial crisis”, en Journalism, 14 (2), 228-252.

-SCHIFFRIN, A. (2011). Bad News. How America’s Business Press Missed the Story of the Century. New York: The New Press.

-SCHIFFRIN, A. y FAGAN, R. (2012), “Are we all Keynesians now? The US Press and the America Recovery Act of 2009”, en Journalism, 14 (2), 151-172.

-SCHRANZ, M. y EISENEGGER, M. (2011), “The Media Construction of the Financial Crisis in a Comparative Perspective –An Analysis of Newspapers in the UK, USA and Switzerland between 2007 and 2009”, en Swiss Journal of Sociology, 37 (2), 241-258.

-STARKMAN, D. (2009), “Power Problem”, en Columbia Journalism Review, May/June, 24- 30.

-STARKMAN, D. (2014). The Watchdog That Didn’t Bark: The Financial Crisis and the Disappearance of Investigative Journalism. Columbia University Press: New York.

-STIGLITZ, J. E. (2011), “The Media and the Crisis: An Information Theoretic Approach”, en SCHIFFRIN A. BadNews. How America’s Business Press Missed the Story of the Century (22-36). New York: The New Press.

-STULLER, J. (2008), “The changing world of business journalism”, en The Conference Board Review, July/August, 41-47.

-TAMBINI, D. (2010), “What are financial journalists for?”, en Journalism Studies, 11 (2), 158-174.

-THOMPSON, P. A. (2009), “Market Manipulation? Applying the Propaganda Model to Financial Media Reporting”, en Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, 6 (2), 73-96.

-TITLEY, G. (2013), “Budgetjam! A communications intervention in the political-economic crisis in Ireland”, en Journalism, 14 (2), 292-306.

-TULLOCH, J. (2009), “From amnesia to apocalypse: Reflections on journalism and the credit crunch”, en Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 6 (3/4), Special Issue, 99-109.

-UCHITELLE, L. (2011), “The Uses and Misuses of Economics in Daily Journalism”, en History of Political Economy, 43 (2), 363-368.

-UK Parliament Treasury Committee (2009), Role of press in banking crisis. Written evidence, House of Commons, UK, February 4.

-USHER, Nikki (2013), “Ignored, uninterested, and the blame game: How the New York Times, Marketplace and TheStreet distanced themselves from preventing the 2007-2009 crisis”, en Journalism, 14 (2), 190-207.

-VELLÓN, F. (2014), “Divulgación y didacticidad en el discurso económico: la información económica durante la crisis”, en Zer, 19 (36), 99-119.

 

Bibliografía básica sobre los medios y la burbuja inmobiliaria

-Akin, Ozlem, García Montalvo, José, García Villar, Jaume, Peydró, José-Luis, and Raya, Josep María (2014) The real state and credit bubble. SERIEs 5, 223-243.

-Álvarez Peralta, Miguel (2015) La crisis en portada: Representaciones de la crisis económica en la prensa española de referencia (2008-2012). Tesis Doctoral. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

-Báez, Jillian, and Castañeda, Mari (2014) Two Sides of the Same Story: Media Narratives of Latinos and the Subprime Mortgage Crisis. Critical Studies in Media Communication 31 (1), 27-41.

-Bayer, Patrick, Geissler, Christopher, Mangum, Kyle, and Roberts, James W. (2011) Speculators and Middlemen: The Strategy and Performance of Investors in the Housing Market. NBER Working Paper, Nº 16784.

-Bhattacharya, Utpal, Galpin, Neal, Ray, Rina, and Yu, Xiaoyun (2009) The Role of the Media in the Internet IPO Bubble. Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis 44 (3), 657-682.

-Blyth, Mark (2008) The Politics of Compounding Bubbles: The Global Housing Bubble in Comparative Perspective. Comparative European Politics 6, 387-406.

-Burnside, Craig, Eichenbaum, Martin, and Rebelo, Sergio (2016) Understanding Booms and Busts in Housing Markets. Journal of Political Economy 124 (4), 1088-1147.

-Campbell, Gareth, Turner, John D., y Walker, Clive B. (2012) The role of media in a bubble. Explorations in Economic History 49, 461-481.

-Cano Fuentes, Gala, Etxezarreta, Aitziber, Dol, Kees, and Hoekstra, J. (2013) From Housing Bubble to Repossessions: Spain Compared to Other West European Countries. Housing Studies 28 (8), 1197-1217.

-Carroll, J. Glynn, Huge, Michael E., and Hoffman, Lindsay (2008) Did the media help inflate the housing bubble? Media coverage of real estate markets in times of change. Paper, Annual Conference of the AEJMC, April, 2008.

-Case, Karl E., and Shiller, Robert J. (2004) Is There a Bubble in the Housing Market? Cowles Foundation Discussion Paper, Nº 1089.

-Chavero, Palmira (2014) Los desahucios en la prensa Española: distintos relatos sobre los asuntos públicos. CIC. Cuadernos de Información y Comunicación 19, 271-284.

-Dale, Richard (2004) The First Crash. Princeton University Press: Princeton.

-Daniller, Andrew M. (2011) Who Should We Blame? Public Opinion and Media Framing of Responsibility for the Housing Market Crash. Master Thesis. George Washington University.

-Dougal, Casey, Engelberg, Joseph, García, Diego, and Parsons, Christopher A. (2010) Journalists and the Stock Market. Review of Financial Studies 25 (3), 639-679.

-Dyck, Alexander, and Zingales, Luigi (2002) The Bubble and the Media. In: Cornelius, P., Kogut, B. (eds.). Corporate Governance and Capital Flows in a Global Economy. Oxford University Press: New York.

-Elliott, Douglas J., and Baily, Martin Neil (2009) Telling the Narrative of the Financial Crisis: Not Just a Housing Bubble. Brookings. Com. https://www.brookings.edu/research/telling-the-narrative-of-the-financial-crisis-not-just-a-housing-bubble/

-Engelen, Ewald, Ertürk, Ismail, Froud, Julie, Johal, Sukhder, Leaver, Adam, Moran, Michael, and Williams, Karel (2012) Misrule of experts? The financial crisis as elite debacle. Economy & Society 41 (3), 360-382.

-Fahy, Declan, O’Brien, Mark, and Poti, Velerio (2010) Combative Celtics or Captured Collaborators? Irish Financial Journalism and the End of the Celtic Tiger. Irish Communication Review 12, 5-20.

-Fernández Rincón, Antonio Raúl (2013) El análisis del discurso publicitario en el sector hipotecario en España. Signos do Consumo 5 (1), 88-116.

-Garber, Peter M. (1989) Tulipmania. Journal of Political Economy 97 (31), 535-560.

-Holmes Smith, Christopher (2009) Bling Was a Bubble. International Journal of Communication 3, 274-276.

-Illueca, M. (2014) Medios de comunicación y crisis financieras: ¿por qué nadie nos avisó? Cuadernos de Periodistas 27, 81-93.

-Jackob, Nikolaus, Arens, Jenny, and Zerback, Thomas (2008) Immobilienjournalismus in Europa. Reinherd Fischer: München.

-Kalogeropoulos, Antonis, Svensson, Helle M., van Dalen, Arjen, de Vreese, Claes, Albaek, -Erik (2015) Are watchdogs doing their business? Media coverage of economic news. Journalism 16 (8), 993-1009.

-Lashmar, Paul (2008) Sub-prime – the death of financial reporting or a failure of investigative journalism? Paper at “The End of Journalism”, Education and Ethics Conference, University of Bedfordshire, 17-18 October 2008.

-Lischka, Juliane A. (2014) Different revenue incentives, different content? Comparing economic news before and during the financial crisis in German public and commercial news outlets over time. European Journal of Communication 29 (5), 549-566.

-Maesse, J. (2015) Economic experts: a discursive political economy of economics. Journal of Multicultural Discourses 10 (3), 279-305.

-McCollough, John, and Karani, Komal (2014) The Media’s Role in Influencing Perceptions of Housing Values and the Resulting Impact on the Macroeconomy. Economic Affairs 34 (1), 68-77.

-Mercille, Julien (2014) The Role of Media in Sustaining Ireland’s Housing Bubble. New Political Economy 19 (2), 282-301.

-Mercille, Julien (2016) The Political Economy and Media Coverage of the European Economic Crisis: The case of Ireland. Routledge: London.

-Müller, Stefanie Claudia (2011) The Real State Bubble in Spain has been Pumped Up by All of Us. The IEB International Journal of Finance 2, 2-11.

-Murdock, Graham, and Gripsrud, Jostein (eds.) (2015) Money Talks. Money, Market, Crisis. Intellect: London,

-Page, Bruce (2002) Pricking the bubble: financial scandal and the media. British Journalism Review 13 (3), 49-57.

-Peltzer, Anja, Lämmle, Andreas W. (Hg.) (2012) Krise, Cash & Kommunikation. Die Finanzkrise in den Medien. UVK: Konstanz und München.

-Posen, Adam S. (2006) Why Central Banks Should Not Burst Bubbles. International Finance 9 (1), 109-124.

-Quiring, Oliver, Kepplinger, Hans Mathias, and Geiss, Stefan (2013) Lehman Brothers und die Folgen. Springer: Wiesbaden.

-Rafter, Kevin (2014) Voices in the crisis: The role of media elites in interpreting Ireland’s banking collapse. European Journal of Communication 29 (5), 598-607.

-Schweizer, Julia (2009) Subprime, Hypotheken und faule Kredite – Alles klar? Wie verständlich berichten Printmedien über die Finanz- und Wirtschaftskrise? GRIN Verlag: Hohenheim.

-Shiller, Robert J. (2001) Bubbles, Human Judgement, and Expert Opinion. Cowles Foundation Discussion Paper, Nº 1303.

-Shiller, Robert J. (2014) Speculative Asset Prices. Cowles Foundation Discussion Paper, Nº 1936.

-Shiller, Robert J., Fischer, Stanley, and Friedman, Benjamin M. (1984) Stock Prices and Social Dynamics. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 2, 457-510.

-Silke, H. (2015) Base, Superstructure, and the Role of Journalism in the Irish Property Crash – Towards a Crisis Theory of Communication. tripleC 13 (1), 298-320.

-Soo, Cindy K. (2015) Quantifying Animal Spirits: News Media and Sentiment in the Housing Market. Ross School of Business Working Papers, Nº 1200.

-Squires, Catherine R. (2011) Bursting the Bubble: A Case Study of Counter-framing in the Editorial Pages. Critical Studies in Media Communications 28 (1), 30-49.

-Starr, Martha A. (2012) Contributions of Economists to the Housing-Price Bubble. Journal of Economic Issues 46 (1), 143-172.

-Sun, Daoyuan, Zhang, Ce, Xu, Wei, Zuo, Mei Yun, Zhon, Junjie, and Du, Judie (2014) Does Web News Media Have Opinions? Evidence from Real Estate Market Prediction. PACIS 2014 Proceedings. Paper 374.

-Tetlock, Paul C. (2007) Giving Content to Investor Sentiment: The Role of Media in the Stock Market. The Journal of Finance 62 (3), 1139-1168.

-Titley, Gavan (2013) Budgetjam! A communications intervention in the political-economic crisis in Ireland. Journalism 14 (2), 292-306.

-Walker, Clive B. (2014) Housing booms and media coverage. Applied Economics 46 (32), 3954-3967.

-Walles, Alan (2014) Canada’s Housing Bubble Story: Mortgage Securitization, the State, and the Global Financial Crisis. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38 (1), 256-284.

-Wong, Grace (2008) The Anatomy of a Housing Bubblehttp://works.bpress.com/gwb/5/5