One Deep Cause of the Financial CrisisBy
A major underlying cause for the financial crisis has been unexpected and repeated failures in nonfinancial innovation over the past ten years. These disappointments, in the aggregate, undercut the long-term growth rate, and gradually dragged all those leveraged bets into the red.
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