Preventing the next financial crisis
- Corporate Author:
- International Monetary Fund
- Erlend Nier, Gregg Forte
The financial crisis that began in 2007 brought much of the global economy to its knees and nearly triggered another Great Depression. The financial storm gradually died down in 2009, at least in the United States, but even six years after that, much of the world had yet to fully recover from the enormous economic damage caused by the crisis.This essay describes what happened and outlines a new approach to financial regulation (macroprudential policy) that aims to prevent such crises from happening again.
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