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We shouldn’t be comparing the coronavirus crisis to 2008 - this is why

The article compares COVID-19 to the 2008 crisis, through an exogenous and endogenous lens. Image: Unsplash/Dmitry Demidko

Jon Danielsson

Director, London School of Economics

Dimitri Vayanos

Professor of Finance and Director, Paul Woolley Centre for the Study of Capital Market Dysfunctionality, LSE

Jean-Pierre Zigrand

Associate Professor of Finance and Director of the Systemic Risk Centre, LSE

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