Editorial


The turbulence that has shaken the international banking and financial system since August 2007 has forcibly called to mind
questions which have been debated in economic history and theory for centuries: Are financial crises inevitable? Are they impossible to predict? Are they manageable?

The turbulence that has shaken the international banking and financial system since August 2007 has forcibly called to mind
questions which have been debated in economic history and theory for centuries: Are financial crises inevitable? Are they impossible to predict? Are they manageable?

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