Explaining the crisis and informing the future

In the aftermath of the crisis, accounts of what had gone wrong looked at immediate causes. There were many. From mortgages approved without income verification to the reliance on mathematical models whose limitations were not well understood by those who relied upon them. Now that time has elapsed, explanations are looking beyond these immediate causes and beginning to analyse more fundamental issues relating to the structure of contemporary financial markets and market behaviour. These new

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