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The Crisis Next Time – Carmen Reinhart and Vincent Reinhart

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At the turn of this century, most economists in the developed world believed that major economic disasters were a thing of the past, or at least relegated to volatile emerging markets. Financial systems in rich countries, the thinking went, were too sophisticated to simply collapse. Markets were capable of regulating themselves. Policymakers had tamed the business cycle. Recessions would remain short, shallow, and rare. Seven years later, house prices across the United States fell sharply, undercutting the value of complicated financial instruments…….

Read more: https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/2018-09-13/crisis-next-time

 

 

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