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Pav Akhtar Nov 6
Excellent thread on the global . How some predicted it. How permitted it. How looked after their own interests to mitigate against it. How the underlying conditions have not been fixed. How it will reoccur. *cue much hand-wringing and
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Palgrave Finance Nov 6
Check out Blog for their 'Financial Reform Report Card'! Interested in specific lessons to help guide continued ?Download 'The Global Financial Crisis in Retrospect'!
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#AiyaEärendil ElenionAncalima Nov 10
The Daniel Lacalle We have been reading numerous comments recently about a forthcoming and the next crisis, particularly on the tenth anniversary of the collapse of .
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PolisPandit Nov 12
What will cause the next financial crisis? My money is on the student loan industry - an entire generation will be unable to pay back most of their debt for something they were incentivized to buy: a higher education.
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Andrew Stotz, PhD, CFA 19h
Chart of the Day: In Thailand, the of the average company has been 90%. Thailand went from a low of 46% around the Asian Financial Crisis to a high of 117% around the Global .
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GED_Project 4h
Will the enormous rise in 's corporate and private debt over the past decade be managed by the Chinese government or lead to another global ? explores this issue in a new GED focus paper
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Richard M. Bowen Nov 9
The 2008 was to a large degree caused by too much of a loosening of financial regulations, which led to a market free for all of anything goes.
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Vox.LACEA Nov 12
How and when will the next happen? - 26 experts weigh in
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Routledge Business & Economics Nov 12
Between 2008 and 2013, the International Journal of published pioneering research on the 2008 . Get access to it all here:
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Cambridge Judge 16h
Dr 's research is featured in on how the more disapproval from the press a bank earned during and after the , the more fees it earned too.
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Mindful Girl NYC 9h
Replying to @wef
Great article. Would argue that "could cause" be rephrased to "will cause" based on historical precedents.
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Mark Weber Nov 8
"I was stunningly ignorant when I arrived at the Fed." Timothy Geithner candid on the challenges of running the despite almost two decades in the U.S. Treasury.
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Collin La Mey Nov 10
: The US did not prosecute crimes after The because The was NOT design to Prosecute the wealthy but to persecute the poor!!!
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Weidner Law 3h
The US Financial Crash: Are We Headed There Again? (Yes) | Weidner Law  
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Richard M. Bowen Nov 4
The signs for another recession are clear. Catastrophic? Perhaps not if the Fed and Congress face up to their responsibilities instead of paying them lip service, pay attention to the warning signs and act with integrity
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Alex Ferraris Nov 4
Good ol' bread and circus..
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waterholes 6h
freedom of action needed for next Ray Dalio's Lessons From The Financial Crisis via
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v 🌐 36m
October 2018's budget deficit was a record high at $100.5 billion dollars. Learn more about why exactly this is so dangerous:
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OBLB 14h
'The choice between judicial and administrative sanctioned procedures to manage liquidation of banks: A transatlantic perspective' by Binder , Krimminger , Nieto and Singh -
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Jim Stevenson 24h
South Korea's factory utilization rate falls to lowest level since Asian ...
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