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4 lessons from Iceland on dealing with a financial crisis

Protesters surround a bonfire lit by demonstrators in front of the National Theater in downtown Reykjavik January 21, 2009. Crisis-hit Iceland's Prime Minister Geir Haarde said on Wednesday the government's coalition partners would continue cooperating as protesters gathered in front of parliament for a second straight day.    REUTERS via Your View/Ingolfur Juliusson

Protesters took to the street during the crisis. Image: REUTERS via Your View/Ingolfur Juliusson

Iosif Kovras
Reader in Comparative Politics, City, University of London
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