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Rebooting the Global Financial System by Bankrupting the Bad Banks

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The global financial system is in meltdown as a result of the follies of the investment banks over the last twenty years. The solutions adopted by governments, i.e. bail-outs and nationalisations, appear to be failing. This seminar will cover the causes and consequences of the crisis and will propose a seven-point plan for a systemic solution, with the first point being the bankrupting of the bad banks.

*8pm drinks; 8:30pm presentation. Places are limited so turn up early to guarantee your seat.

This talk is part of the New Thinking In Economics series.

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