Uses of the Past in International Economic Relations
Ten years after the global financial crisis: what have we learned and what did we forget?
18 October 18:30 to 20:00
London School of Economics, Old Theatre, Old Building.
A decade on from the crisis, the global financial system has yet to return to ‘normal’. It is time to reflect on previous financial crises and the policy lessons we have learned - and failed to learn - from them. This event explores the causes of the 2008 global financial crash and the responses of the major advanced economies, which drew on the lessons of the 1930s.
This event is being organised by LSE IDEAS: Department of International History and the Royal Economic Society. To view the debate click here.