Crises

Instructor: Indradeep Ghosh

The 2008 Global Financial Crisis highlights the importance of understanding the myriad ways in which financial and macroeconomic systems are susceptible to episodic collapse. This course will teach students:

  • A brief history of financial crises during the last 100 years
  • How speculative asset price bubbles form (via a classroom experiment designed to simulate bubble formation)
  • The specific features of the 2008 Global Financial Crises
  • How a financial crisis causes economic activity to collapse
  • What kinds of preemptive policies can prevent the buildup of speculative asset price bubbles
  • What kinds of post-crisis policies can prevent the collapse of economic activity
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