Financial and Monetary Systems

An economist explains what happens if there’s another financial crisis

A crisis that started in the banking sector spread to the real economy around the world. Image: REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Kenneth Rogoff

Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics, Harvard University

Ross Chainey

Content Lead, UpLink, World Economic Forum

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The Federal Reserve undertook quantitative easing to mitigate the impact of the financial crisis.

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