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Distinguished Guest Lecture Beggar-Thyself versus Beggar-Thy- Neighbor Policies: The Dangers of Intellectual Incoherence in Addressing the Global Financial Crisis

By Joseph E. Stiglitz

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The global financial crisis that began in Thailand on July 2, 1997, has now grown far larger than almost anyone expected at the time. What many expected to be no more than a slight blip in the unrelenting advance of international capital markets has instead become the gravest threat to the stability of the world's market economy since the Great Depression. As recently as thre

Year: 2016
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