Three of the most important US figures from the time of the global financial crisis are to lead a research project into the design decisions that went into the crisis-fighting measures they employed.
Former Federal Reserve chair Ben Bernanke and former Treasury secretaries Tim Geithner and Hank Paulson will look to produce a “coherent and detailed explanation” of the “dozens” of decisions that went into the crisis response, according to the Brookings Institution, at which Bernanke is now a fell
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