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Fighting Financial Crises: Problems and Remedies
Bruner, Robert F. Technical Note F-1847 / Published July 26, 2018 / 20 pages.
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This note reviews seven recurrent factors in financial crises (runnable debt, rising leverage, financial innovation, complexity, contagion, cognitive bias, incompetence, and ethical violations) and some 17 responses aimed at preventing or mitigating crises.


Learning Objectives

Support student analysis of cases or other teaching material about the financial crisis of 2008. Demonstrate that financial crises have many causes and amplifiers, to which a crisis fighter must respond comprehensively. In other words, there are no single ("silver-bullet") solutions.

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  • Overview

    This note reviews seven recurrent factors in financial crises (runnable debt, rising leverage, financial innovation, complexity, contagion, cognitive bias, incompetence, and ethical violations) and some 17 responses aimed at preventing or mitigating crises.

  • Learning Objectives

    Learning Objectives

    Support student analysis of cases or other teaching material about the financial crisis of 2008. Demonstrate that financial crises have many causes and amplifiers, to which a crisis fighter must respond comprehensively. In other words, there are no single ("silver-bullet") solutions.