Lessons from the Financial Crisis

Douglas Gale

Wednesday 27 March, 2013
5pm, $0

New York University, Silver Center
100 Washington Square East, Room 101A

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The financial crisis of 2007– 2008 was a shock both to the financial system and the intellectual framework economists used to rationalize the role of financial markets and financial
institutions. In the aftermath of the crisis, the economics profession has been busy trying to answer three questions: What happened and why? What is the future of finance? What is the role of government? This lecture will explore the answers to these complex questions.
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